[Biturbos4] O2 sensor replacement

Keman keman at interwolf.net
Tue Mar 15 11:22:54 EST 2005

Well, if you're replacing it for warranty purposes and need the old one
intact, yeah it's a bitch. But wait.. you're not! :P

Cut that fscker right out. Snip, snip, snip, yank yank and pull it outa
the sleeve it's in. Then just snake the new one down and ziptie it to
anything not close to the turbos/exhaust. Shouldn't take you more than 5

- Keman

On Tue, 15 Mar 2005, David Kavanagh wrote:

> Has anyone else gone through the trouble of replacing one of the rear
> O2 sensors? I have the Bosch replacement sensor and the sensor is
> easily accessable, but the wires are another matter! The Bentley
> recommends lowering the transmission! Has anyone been able to get at
> all the wire tiedowns without doing this? I'd really like to get this
> sensor replaced because having the check engine light on isn't good
> when trying to sell the car.
> David

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