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Locate the faulty sensor. Disconnect the wiring harness from the plug, use the special socket to remove the old sensor, apply anti seize lubricant to threads of the new sensor, install new sensor first hand tight then again use the special socket to turn it an additional quarter turn, connect the new sensor's plug and clear the fault code in the computer.

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