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Old Nov 12th, 07, 09:58 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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O2 Sensors

Hey guys...I just got back from a drive and my 94 Z is running like CRAP!!! she's just not right...On the way to my buddy's house I got an engine light. When I got there, he suggested that the Oxygen Sensors were gone. I figured they might be, because they've never been replaced since Ive had the car. Ive already replaced fuel filter, pcv valve, and a whole bunch of other preventative maintenance items...But now my problem is, is that its past due for them to be changed out anyways. I can get the one on the drivers side pipe but as far as the passenger's side,,,it looks like a lost cause...anybody have any tips/tricks that I could use?...thanx 1994 Z28 5.7L stock headers...

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Old Nov 14th, 07, 08:32 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Re: O2 Sensors

get a torch and heat the header directly around the o2 sensor and work the sensor out. I have had to heat until cherry red before to get some broke loose.
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