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How do i change rear oxygen sensor on a 2001 chevy venture?

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Why are u changing it ? ,, becarefull ,,, use a special socket u can buy one real cheap at a part store , or cut a slot in a box end wrench,, so the wies can pass through ,, and used high temp anti-seize on the threads

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