Question about 2000 Saturn SL
You do not fix them, you replace them. There are two and they are screwed into the exhaust system, before and after the catalytic converter. Buy one of each at a parts store and take them to a muffler shop during a lull in other activity and pay them 20 bucks or so to quickly unscrew the old ones and install the new ones. Note the size of the wrench they use to unscrew the old ones. If you take the car back to the muffler shop and bellyache to them that the new O2 sensors did not turn off the SES light, they are legally entitled to use that wrench to beat your head in.
Posted on Oct 08, 2010
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