Dropped the skid-plate.
Remove the heat-shield bolt with a 10mm socket
Disconnected the connector.
Removed the sensor bolt with a 1/4" socket. (What kind of head is that?)
Reinstalled...no big deal.
Old sensor has a date of 07 T 5 (5th day of 2007)
New one is 07 T 233.
I'd like to take the old one apart, but I'm keeping it as a spare...just in case...
Thanks to 2007GrandDiesel for the original post. I have a company truck that I keep at home, so the WK is used mostly for drives that run from 300 to 3,000 miles. It would have been a royal pain dying in Chicago rush hour, blizzards in Wyoming, or 4 wheeling in the Arizona desert.