Question about 2004 Lincoln Town Car
Jack up the front of the car both sides using jack stands to support vehicle on frame rails. then locate sensors usually either on the exhaust manifolds or just below on the pipe coming out of the engine exhaust manifold, unplug wire from sensor and use the appropriate size box end wrench to remove sensor occasionally a map gas propane torch must be used to heat the old sensor up for 3-5 minute before it can be removed, if the plug is to big to fit through the box end side of wrench cut the wires to slide wrench over sensor
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