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This is a discussion on Blown O2 sensor within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Originally Posted by yamaha_rider619 hopefully they do! The guy should have just told you, they don't sell and and to ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by yamaha_rider619 View Post
    hopefully they do! The guy should have just told you, they don't sell and and to order it from a different place in Canada. Hope it all works out for you, and he doesn't screw you over.

    Hopefully you can your sensor fixed though!
    ya well before i even realized it was the wrong one i was already trying to get the old one out and it was rusted to hell no matter what i tried i couldnt get it loose, wd40, extension pipe on my socket wrench for longer handle, and i even snapped one of my extension sockets (and smashed my finger in the process)

    any other suggestion on how to get this sucker out? i already have the right 22mm slotted socket

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    Buy some pb blaster and let it soak for a little while. Then try it.
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    o2 sensors can be a real pain to remove. Especially if you live in a climate where the roads need to be salted. You need to buy an o2 wrench. Even then you might have a rough time. If all else fails drop the exhaust manifold and try to remove it this way. Yes you will need new exhaust gaskets. Good luck.
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