Question about 2004 Hyundai Elantra
Where exactly is it located and do I need special tools to do it?
LOOK ON THE EXHAUST MANIFOLD AND EXHAUST PIPE NEAR THE CATALYTIC CONVERTER.YOU NEED TO CRANK CAR UP FEW MINUTES TO HEAT UP EXHAUST MANIFOLD TO GET O2 SENSOR OUT WITH OUT DAMAGING ITS THREADS HOLES.BESURE SPRAY A LITTLE LIQUID WRENCH OR WD40 TO HELP TO REMOVE O2 SENSOR.YOU HAVE TO GO TO AUTO PARTS STORE AND BUY SPECIAL SOCKET TO REMOVE THE OXYGEN SENSOR.ALSO WEAR LONG SLEEVES COVERALL AND GLOVES TO KEEP FROM GETTING BURN ON EXHAUST SYSTEM.WHEN YOU CRANK CAR UP TO HEAT THE EXHAUST MANIFOLD JUST DO IT FOR A MINUTE OR TWO NO LONGER.SO YOU WONT GET BURN WHILE REMOVING THE OXYGEN SENSOR.
Posted on May 14, 2010
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