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How to Replace an Oxygen (O2) Sensor

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Published on May 4, 2012

Is a mystery Check Engine light driving you nuts? It could be a funky Oxygen (O2) sensor. Associate auto editor Ben Wojdyla puts his trusty F-150 on the lift at Pop Mech's Detroit garage to show you how to:

* Remove a rusted sensor
* Refresh the threads
* Install new part with anti-seize compound

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