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Oxygen sensor replacement Dodge Avenger 2008 - 2014 Petrol 3.6 V6

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Dodge Avenger 2008 - 2014  | 3.6 V6 Oxygen sensor replacement

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1 Be particularly careful when servicing an oxygen sensor:
  1. Oxygen sensors have a permanently attached pigtail and an electrical connector that cannot be removed. Damaging or removing the pigtail or electrical connector will render the sensor useless.
  2. Keep grease, dirt and other contaminants away from the electrical connector and the louvered end of the sensor.
  3. Do not use cleaning solvents of any kind on an oxygen sensor.
  4. Oxygen sensors are extremely delicate. Do not drop a sensor or handle it roughly.
  5. Make sure that the silicone boot on the sensor is installed in the correct position. Otherwise, the boot might melt and it might prevent the sensor from operating correctly.

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