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Thread: Helicoil 4833 Oxygen Sensor Thread Repair Kit

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    Default Helicoil 4833 Oxygen Sensor Thread Repair Kit

    any of you guys try one of these??

    i am looking at replacing 4sensors and expecting the worst

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    Default Re: Helicoil 4833 Oxygen Sensor Thread Repair Kit

    If you use a torch on the pipe bung you probably won't strip anything and the sensor will come out.
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    Default Re: Helicoil 4833 Oxygen Sensor Thread Repair Kit

    You can get a re-threading tool at any auto part store if the manifold is stripped from the O2 Sensor. Dealer stripped the hell out of my manifold when they replaced one of mine. I had hell getting it out. Hell of a time. The threads were stripped pretty good.
    Actually I got a spark plug re-threading tool from Napa that had the correct size on the other side of it. Auto stores should have a O2 sensor re-threading tool itself at least I know autozone does.
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