Question about 1996 Geo Prizm
How do you replace the rear O2 sensor
It is quite simple, you un-plug the sensor from the harness, usually there is a plastic lock tab you must remove before you can disconnect the plug. Then you will need a special socket specifically made for O2 sensors. They tend to get corroded into the tailpipe so you might need to use a breakover bar to get the old sensor moving, in extreme cases I have had to get a torch to the bung around where the sensor is threaded in. anyway, once you get the old sensor out make sure you use a bit of anti-seize on the threads when you install the new one.
Posted on Apr 21, 2013
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