Question about 1997 Chevrolet Camaro
Ahhh....I see. Well, there is a front and a rear sensor, and the car will almost have to be up on a rack. Even then there will be some jockeying. Personally, I would look at buying the sensors myself and going to a muffler shop to get them put in. You might be able to find the rear one after it's cool, but you'll need a special slotted socket to allow the sensor wires to fit in it so they don't break when installing.
You can find those for about $20.
Posted on May 14, 2009
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