Question about 2003 Jaguar S-Type
Posted by Anonymous on
You might check this site out for Jag codes. Oxygen sensors can be a sticky job, they're screwed into exhaust and can literally weld themselves in place. Plus in most cases you need special wrench/socket to get around the sensor. (they can be a real pain)
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