Question about Chrysler Cirrus
Tools needed 5/16" Socket, ratchet, small flathead and a jack... Get the car up, look behind engine (trunk side) right under the exhaust, there is one bolt, real easy... Remove bolt, use screwdriver to press out red clip, remove plug, twist and pull on sensor until it comes free, press back in, re-install bolt, plug.. drop car and drive away... easiest and fastest way to make wife happy !! :) Good luck...
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