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Replacing the O2 sensor.

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They're located on the back side of the exhaust, about foot or so from there the pipe goes into the cylinder head.
When replacing, use a NEW sealing ring (about a buck each), and a dab of Anti-Seize on the threads.
When removing the old ones, they are tight!
The heat of the exhaust system makes them rust into place.
If access is good, you could try a 18mm wrench with a piece of pipe "cheater handle" to break them loose.
There is a special socket you should use, as it has a slot for the wire to pass through, which you can rent from an auto parts store if you don't want to buy.

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