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Old 08-07-2003, 12:27 PM
Tony1628 Tony1628 is offline
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Finally did it.. I used a propane torch to heat the sensor for a good 3-4 min.. then put water on it.. then use a pair of vise grip and start hammer it.. it came off. then i used a runner to clean out
the threat.. The new sensor screwed in smoothly...now the rough idle is gone..
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