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Unread 08-01-2013, 04:41 PM   #1
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Default CRV oxygen sensor wrench

Question -- What sensor wrench do I need for
this oxygen sensor this oxygen sensor
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OEM/Oxygen sensor wrench set (27110) | | AutoZone.com

22mm iirc.

Otherwise loan one from autozone?

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Just attaches right on the end of a socket wrench?
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You use a regular wrench. Right here:



Depending on where it is you may need to drop the exhaust though. They are typically placed after the exhaust header converges to a single point, or after the header meets the rest of the exhaust and are typically placed in the 10 - 2 o'clock position, so on top of the exhaust, making it difficult to get a wrench in there.
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22mm or 7/8"

I find the cut away sockets spread when you put force on them and they slip.
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