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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2000 tundra v-8
No special processes. Just unplug the wire and remove the bolts. Very easy to do.
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Posted on Nov 18, 2008
Easy, takes 10-15 min for all of them. But there a oxygen sensor tool you can buy that makes it A LOT easier for $10. It a matter of (LIKE TAKING OUT A SPARK PLUG) JUST BE SURE TO ADD ANTI SEIZE TO THREAD IF IT DOENS'T HAVE ANY. Also i work for bosch that makes these and the aftermarket is the same part even tested the same. it may look a little different but it's function is the same.
Posted on Jan 25, 2010
did u change the right o2 sensor there is 2 sensors on bank1 and 2 on bank2.....upstream and down stream.....i had the same prob i changed the o2 senser to the other side to check and make sure it was the o2 senser....it took 4 o2 sensors before i got 1 that finally worked nd yes i was buying them brand new.....so change sides with it nd see if the code changes sides....and did u reset it with the code machine when u put the new 1 in?
Posted on Mar 28, 2010
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SOURCE: on my '02 tundra the
oxygen sensors are on the exhaust. its just a small sensor with 1 or 3 wires. bank one meens left. if its a v6 or v8. but 4 cyl engines only have one bank ,. sensor 1 meens its before the catylitic converter. sometimes right by the engine manifold and sometimes way under. just follow the pipe from the engine to the cat and u will find it. if u can get it out the new one is easy. the problem is they usualy rust in tight. they make a special socket just for them. try some PB Blaster its no joke the suff makes WD40 look like cooking oil.lol.
Posted on Nov 17, 2010
SOURCE: check engine light on my
Bank 2 will be the side that DOESN'T have the #1 Cylinder..Sensor 1 will be the one BEFORE the catalyitic convertor. On your car if it is a V6 then Bank 2 is the DRIVERS side, and if it's a V8 then Bank 2 is the PASSENGER side.
Posted on Jul 09, 2011
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