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O2 sensor replacement

I was wondering is there a web site that will show me adiagram on how to replace a lower o2 sensor on a 1998 6cyl 2wd for explorer?

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It's easier to change when the exsaust is warm. Start the truck and let it idle for a few minutes. You can use adjustable wrench or the actual O2 sensor removing socket to remove it! Be careful NOT to burn yourself!

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