[Biturbos4] O2 sensor replacement

Grant gfl1 at optonline.net
Thu Mar 17 19:41:10 EST 2005

I love the inside scoop :-)

On Mar 15, 2005, at 11:22 AM, Keman wrote:

> 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
> minutes.
> - 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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