Thought I'd share with my readers this video I made “How to Replace an Oxygen Sensor.” While the car in the video is a Toyota Camry the process is the same on the majority of cars with 4-cylinder engines out on the road.
How to Replace an Oxygen Sensor
Technically on this Toyota Camry it is called an Air/Fuel Sensor. It was throwing engine code P1135 Bank 1 Sensor 1, which means it was the Upstream Sensor on this Toyota Camry.
Tools I used for replacing the Air/Fuel Sensor on this Toyota Camry.
New Air/Fuel Sensor – http://www.adamsautoadvice.com/go/denso2349010
Metric Gearwrench Set – http://www.adamsautoadvice.com/go/gwflex
Used for getting off Exhaust Manifold Cover
Adjustable Wrench – http://www.adamsautoadvice.com/go/crescent10
Magnetic Parts Dish – http://www.adamsautoadvice.com/go/magneticdish
Rubber Gloves – http://www.adamsautoadvice.com/go/rubbergloves
Mechanic's Gloves – http://www.adamsautoadvice.com/go/mechanixgloves
Fender Cover – http://www.adamsautoadvice.com/go/pbfendercover
Actron Code Scanner – http://www.adamsautoadvice.com/go/pocketscan