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How do you install a oxygen sensor in a 97 camaro

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You need to remove the old sensor from the exhaust pipe with a box wrench, and the new one will thread in... there is also a wire which is longer and has a clip that needs to be undone also. remember let some penetrating oil work the threads because it is more then likely heat bonded in.

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