I couldn't get it out with just PB and a box wrench. I blasted it about four times with PB over three days, warmed it up a bit and got it off with a crows foot o2 sensor wrench. No more problem, plus it was easier to tighten down with the crows foot.
Current - 1993 Wrangler 2.5 - mostly stock
Previous - 1989 Comanche Pioneer 4x4 Long Bed/Metric Ton Pkg
4.0, AT, D44 w/ Trak-Lok RIP
Torch it if you have too. Hit around the threads really well. I sprayed mine with pb drove for about 30 min and hit with the breaker bar. It came right out buy I burnt the he'll out of my arm. Thought it was goons be tough so I really torqued on it. When it loosened right up my hand slipped off my arm went up on the oil pan. 6 weeks later it's still scabbed. Anyways yeah get a propane torch if your still having trouble.
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