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How to replace an oxy sensor for a suzuki grand vitara

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It is very easy to replace the oxygen sensor or o2 sensor, your car should be in cold condition whenever you open it cause it fitted on silencer and silence may very hot it can harm you. , disconnect the wire and remove it by moving it to anti-clock vise with help of proper spanner, for fixing new just reverse the process. thanks.

Posted on Sep 15, 2010

  • bruce2929 Mar 14, 2011

    Hi Could you tell me where it is located?

    thanks

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