Re: [DML] Re: STARTING PROBLEMS
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Re: [DML] Re: STARTING PROBLEMS



At the cost of an O2 sensor ($15-$20), it is well worth changing it just 
to be sure.  It may not solve your problem(s) but every problem is worse 
when you are chasing or affected by multiple issues.

Also, borrow the free tool kit when you can as it will make it easier.  
I recommend not cutting the old wire until you are sure it will come out 
and then cut it at the old sensor since an extra inch or two will be a 
BIG help.

Nick



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