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Replacing o2 sensor on 2007 Suzuki Forenza how hard is it and how lomg will it take?

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As long as you have the correct tool no longer than 40 minutes.
The tool is a socket with a **** on the entire length of its side.
Hardest part is jacking the car up the correct height so you can get the right amount of torque on your rachet to turn it loose. Please wear eye protection , make sure vehicle is dead cold,use jack stands to secure the vehicle.

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double posted, and anonymous to boot.
why do that.?
and again, no engine stated./

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