Re: 1997 Camry P1135 CEL on - What is the right part???
- From: "mack" <mackerel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 7 Jul 2006 10:06:15 -0700
"Ray O" <rokigawaATtristarassociatesDOTcom> wrote in message
If you know "lefty loosey, righty tighty," can bend over enough to tie~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
your shoes, can hold a wrench, and can figure out how to unplug the
electrical connector, you can probably change the O2 sensor yourself,
especially if you use an OEM part. Unplug the old sensor, unscrew the old
sensor, then reverse the process.
(correct punctuation to reply)
If it's this easy, would it not make sense to let the dealer's mechanic do
it and pay likely the minimum labor charge, if the owner is fearful of not
doing it right ? I'd think it would be worth the $35 or so to let the
dealer bear the responsibility if the mechanic broke it on installing
it....but then again, perhaps once in the hands of the dealer and his
service writer, one would feel like he was in one of the seven circles of
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