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|Connector Type:||Direct fit|
|Harness Length:||15.42 in|
|Length (Sealing Surface To End Of Connector):||18.11 in|
|Overall Length:||19.30 in|
|Thread Size:||M18 mm|
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Q:what size wrench do I need to remove/install this sensor.
A:Hi Fa28, glad to assist you! You would need a 7/8" wrench for replacing this oxygen sensor.
Q:How Hard is it to change the o2 sensor in "97 ford Ranger.
A:Replacing the Oxygen Sensor: Raise and support the Ford Ranger on jack stands. Remove the electrical connector to the oxygen sensor. Remove the sensor with the wrench or socket, whichever fits for the year truck being worked on. Install the new sensor, using some anti-seize compound on the threads. Without the anti-seize it could rust in the pipe. Install the wiring connector and make sure it is clear of any hot heat source such as the exhaust pipes or exhaust manifold. Lower the vehicle and clear the code by removing the negative cable on the battery for ten minutes. Tools Needed: You will need some basic tools to replace the oxygen sensor if it is bad. Tools such as a 7/8-inch wrench, a ½-inch drive 7/8 oxygen sensor socket with slot in it for wire, a ½-inch drive ratchet, a floor jack, jack stands and anti-seize compound. For any further assistance, please feel free to call us at: 1-877-238-2623 or visit the nearest Advance Auto Parts store and one of our Parts Pros will gladly assist you with any questions or concerns you may have.
Q:can this part be used after the catalytic converter or do I need a different sensor? Looking to replace O2 sensors on 95 Lincoln Continental.
A:No, you will have to use a rear or post-cat sensor for after the catalytic converter.