Question about Cars & Trucks
22mm wrench or O2 Sensor Wrench or Socket
Depends on the vehicle & location
Even look for it or use the internet for
info & a picture
Parts have to have a reason to need replacing
OBD Codes & Dash MIL Lamp, is NOT a reason,
if your not going to do any testing, to find a reason
for fault codes.
I replace NOTHING until tested & fail a test
Why would you ?
As you learn over time, there are items that
are included in Preventative Maintenance
Your oxygen sensors are one of those
They go at 100,000 miles
They are going to fail anyway & slow down, as far
as switching times go & lose proper fuel control
Posted on Nov 21, 2014
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