Question about 2005 Chevrolet Aveo
Im looking to replace the 02 sensor, please tell me what's the difference in the part from autozone ($150) and the part from ebay(universal 02 sensor, 30-50). Should i just fork out the 150 and labor?
Dont waste your time getting o2 sensors from ebay.
the best thiong to do is get the original equipment for the cheapest price you can find at autozone or advance auto or o reillys or someplace local to you.
see if you think you can find it on the exaust system and take it out yourself.
it is a very easy do it yourselfer if you have the right size wrench and the right part.
just unplug it first then loosen it.
dont plug the new one in untill you have turned the new one all the way in nice and snuggly.
then plug in.have autozone reset the codes for you for free also.you can do this i know you can.
keep me posted
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