Question about 2007 Mitsubishi Galant ES
I stripped threads on manifold removing bad O2 Sensor and think I will have to take to repair shop to use a tap.
You Can Drive With No Harm Done,But You Will Probaly Have To Replace The Manifold.
Posted on Apr 24, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: O2 Sensor defect
MR988905 costs $300+
SNG O2 sensor is just below $100
they may claim being made with the same quality and both are tagged "direct fit" for easy installation.
its just my idea, good luck.
Posted on Jul 16, 2008
Your question was truncated. I see that the bad sensor is on bank 1, but I can not see if it is the upstream (sensor 1) or downstream (sensor 2) sensor. The upstream sensors are mounted in the exhaust manifolds (look sort of like spark plugs) and have wires going to them.
You will need a 7/8" or 22mm wrench to remove the sensor (after disconnecting the wires). If your car has over 70,000 miles I STRONGLY suggest that you replace BOTH upstream sensors. One in each exhaust manifold.
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
SOURCE: Stuck O2 Sensor
try cranking the car and letting it get to normal operating temp. then spray it with wd-40 if you have a sensor removal socket try to take out the sensor. good luck
Posted on Mar 06, 2009
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