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Cant get to o2 sensor

Need to replace o2 sensor. how do u get to it

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Might have to lower exhaust pipe, depending on which O2 sensor you are replacing, upstream or downstream. There are sensor sockets available or a metric wrench. Also available is a crow foot wrench that can be used with a ratchet.

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The connections to the sensor is heater voltage which is +12 volts supplied by external (from the ECM) wiring from the battery, and the 0 to + 5 volt self-generated signal from the O2 sensor is an input to the ECM. Suggest that you find another mechanic that isn't intent on selling parts. Also suspect is the quality of the replacement O2 sensor. It would take a major disaster within the ECM to make an input connection turn into an output and would likely damage the O2 sensor almost immediately--not a day later. Hope this helps!

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I have a x5 2001 bmw. i need to replace the o2 sensor downstream after the cat. i have located the o2 sensor thats needs to be replaced but cant find where its connected at the other end. can you help me?

it will be atached to the bulh head behind block. so a torch will be needed.y dont you get a univesel and splice the wires they are a hell of alot cheeper and do the same job

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