Question about Lisle Oxygen Sensor Remover for Use with Air Hammer/Chisel
Just bought a 95 avenger and the check engine light was on and had it checked at my local auto zone. code came back as a bad oxygen sensor. dont know how hard it would be to get to to change it, or if there things i would have to remove from the car to get to the old sensor to replace. anyone with comments or feed back would be appriciated?
It is on your intake system, should be visible close to your air filter, it is simple to replace, just pop the old one off, and replace with the new one, I'm not sure on that specific model where it is located but it IS on the intake. It is fairly simple to replace. If you have any problems, or questions lmk.
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