why do you have to take off the pipes? Even without an O2 sensor socket all you need is a torch and they'll come off. I can see why long O2 sensors would be a problem if you're using a socket, but try an open ended wrench
Well at the moment, the end of the o2 sensor, metal part not wire, is touching my block.. so by turning it it will push into my block and wont be able to get it off fully, but i will find a way to get it off, but then i need to get the new one in, so intern i need a small length one
well hoever you managed to get this one on seems to be the way you need to get it off, and it sounds like it was put on when the pipe was off. if you're taking the pipe off to take it off, why not just put a new one on then?
But to answer your original question, I bought a Bosch that was a bit shorter than the one that was on before. This is from a post back in may, Bosch on the right, stock on the left.
i can't remember if that little white part bends though
not the part number, receipt is in jersey in last years car maintenance file. It ran me about $50 IIRC. Hoe do you plan on getting this one off without removing the pipes? cutting it? Or since the tip is bent will it be easier to get it off?
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