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Bank 1, Sensor 2 Removal tips

Whats the best way to get these out. Pretty sure mine are original with 250k miles on them and seized solid.

Drop the Y pipe down? soak?

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post #2 of 4 Old 09-01-2018, 01:35 PM
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I'd soak it with some PB blaster a few times and see if that helps. I'm pretty sure it's easy to get to. B2S2 on the other hand, not so much.
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I had to swallow my pride and take it in. I have to work six 14 hour days straight and I don’t have the time right now to spend under the heap.
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50/50 mix of acetone and ATF in the future. Never had a problem getting anything out if it can manage to penetrate and works significantly better than PB, Kroil, ect and is much cheaper.


Just have to make sure you put it in a spray bottle that the acetone won't eat through and clean it off as best as possible after you're done. You can put it in any spray bottle to use at the time but it'll eat through plastic overnight and the vapors are extremely flammable, like flammable enough I've ignited the mix with friction from pry bars slipping and running down control arms. Sounds worse than it is, but the stuff works better than any penetrating oil you can buy.

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