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#1 (permalink) Old 05-28-2004, 08:13 AM
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i just picked up a used O2 sensor to last me till i can get a new one

is there any way to clean it?
or can i sand the surface with out screwing it up?
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You wasted your money, buying a used O2 sensor is like buying used brake pads. Unless you lost your old one some how. Don't for get to put Anti-sieze on it, you'll have a "fun" time getting it out when you try to change it again.
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