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How do I change a o2 sensor in my 2005 Chrysler Pacifica

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  • Earl DaSquirrel
    Earl DaSquirrel Mar 27, 2015

    here's the tool i was talking about

  • Earl DaSquirrel
    Earl DaSquirrel Mar 27, 2015

    and another style if you need an offset-setup to get to the sensor

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If you can see where it is. Heat around o2 sensor with hand soldering torch, Remove o2 sensor with special o2 sensor socket.
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