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I have the oxygen sensor so i can replace on a 02 new beetle vw , dont know where it is located and if i need special tools or is this a job ok for a novice mechanical person. just trying to keep my budget above water

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There are 2 O2 sensors, one is on the manifold the other is behind the catilytic convertor. Both are easy to change you just have to know which need replacing. Are you getting a check engine light on the dash? Did some one read the code and tell you this is what you need, and if so he should have said which one.

To change them all you need to do is disconnect the wire and use the proper size box end wrench. Some times they can be hard to get off.

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