Quick Tip: Oxygen Sensor Anti-Seize

Another quick tip for you this week. This time, oxygen sensor installation.

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Exhaust systems are often the quickest part of the car to get rusty, which means if you have to change an oxygen sensor, it will usually take some patience and penetrating oil. To help prevent this if you have to remove the sensor you just replaced, coat the threads in anti-seize. I’ve found that Denso oxygen sensors come with a little tube of anti-seize so you don’t have to buy any yourself.


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