[Biturbos4] G62 Sensor
koenigj at comcast.net
Thu Apr 24 10:35:38 PDT 2008
I think I paid $20 for the sensor, for what it's worth.
Mind you, I'm talking about replacing mine after 120k, not 44, but I strongly recommend
planning to replace the plastic retainer clip that holds the sensor in place. They take a
bit of tugging to get loose, and get brittle and can easily break. I think they're ~$1,
even from the dealer. Cheap insurance against being stuck in your garage with a broken
Don't be too dismayed if the sensor and well-seated O-ring also take a bit of force to
Also, make sure you have a suitable tool (that gets a proper grip) for the clamp on the
downstream end of the flexible intake hose, and that you get the hose and the short rubber
sleeve properly aligned and sealed all around when you're putting it back on.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Nicholas Mistry" <nick at mistry.com>
Has anyone replaced theirs? Thought i would ask before i attempt it this weekend, in
case there was something i need to watch out for.
ps, already checked the connection to the sensor.. seemed solid and
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