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This is a discussion on front 02 sensor within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; My wrx is throwing the check engine light and when i checked the codes It ended up being the front ...

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    front 02 sensor

    My wrx is throwing the check engine light and when i checked the codes It ended up being the front 02 sensor. I wondered if anyone knows what size socket the sensor is so that I can get the slotted one to fit the wire?

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    just use the loan a tool program at your local autozone and ask them for an O2 socket. I just used an adjustable short wrench though and it worked fine for me. Just be careful with it.

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    ok cool thanks for the help

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    17mm I believe.

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    bigger than that. the threads are 18mm. I believe it's 22 or 24mm.
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