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Easiest way to remove/replace O2 sensor.

What is the easiest way to remove/replace O2 sensor, on a 89 Chrysler Le Baron. Can't seem to find enought room to loosen unit already in auto.

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Use a crow-foot spanner on a wrench if access is difficult. Plenty of relese fluid will help - but fit the new one dry.
If your standard wrench is too big, get one with a swivel at the neck.

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