Question about 2010 Honda Odyssey
Disconnect the plug then use a 7/8" or equivalent metric wrench to un-screw the sensor from the exhaust. sometimes you have to heat the exhaust around the sensor to get it un-seized.
Posted on Apr 22, 2015
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