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If you can not easily reach the bolts on the top of the transmission, it's easier to take the engine and transmission out together. It will usually require you to add a tilting mechanism to the engine hoist because you'll have to probably tilt it at a pretty steep angle to get them both out, but that's an easy part to use.
If the bolts are easy to reach on top of the transmission, and you don't need to do any work on it, then unbolt it and remove only the engine.
Posted on Nov 22, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is actually an easy swap out. Remove the electrical connection, remove the retaining bolt and pull out old one. I believe the sensor is located in the front passenger side of the engine on this particular model.
Posted on Aug 16, 2008
Just disconnect the battery (negative terminal) and turn the headlight switch on for about 15 minutes. This should reset the PCM. Otherwise go to Advance and have them hookup the code reader and reset the codes. Thanks
Posted on Nov 04, 2009
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