Question about 1991 Chevrolet Cavalier
While removing the sensor it broke , half is still in the engine would like any help in how to remove
I'm assuming the sensors are to the REAR of the engine compartment.
There's a bracket inside the motor that they thread into. You're going to have to somehow, get hold of it and back it out. If you have room, a reverse drill bit and an easy out will do the trick but you'll have to get a drill in there to do the work. If you know anyone with a right angle drill, that will help a lot. Otherwise, you're looking at a major undertaking.
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