Question about 1997 Dodge Caravan
You need an O2 socket designed for this operation. There may be two on this vehicle. They are located on both sides of the exhaust manifold. Approach this from the under side of the van. Unplug sensor(s) & fit socket on. You need to use a lot of torque for this operation so spray it with WD40 first & let soak. Use a long ratchet bar, preferable a 1/2in. drive. Good luck!
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
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