Yes, I got mine in. It took about 15 minutes. The only thing I had to do was lift the hood and reach down and get hold of it. I used a 3" extention to get the rachet out in the open. I did use the sensor socket.
Someone segested to me to disconnect the plug wires at the coils and turn the moter over and pump about a cup full of oil out. I did that! I just stuffed a towel down in that location to catch the oil.
Just came in to wash up and then go and take her for a drive, just like Mr. Ryan said it took me 15 or 20 minutes...using the pressure switch socket which is about 4 inches tall and a 3 inch extension I was able to get it out with no problem at all. When I pulled the plug/connector off the top of the switch the inside of the plug was covered in oil (fresh oil) (only a week ago I had the oil changed) and then when i got the socket on it to pull it, it was barely more than finger tight.
I'm a happy camper...no more warning light...thnx to everyone who helped. I like this car, gonna enjoy cleaning her up and getting her back into shape. No major body or engine issues that I'm aware of, she just needs some tlc. I'm sure I will have questions so you will be seeing me agian.
Odd that it would be loose. When changing the oil there is no reason to touch the sensor. Another good reason why I do all my own work.
I have no reason to suspect that they touched or did anything to it, all I was getting at was that it was loose which kinda suprised me and that the oil that was in/on the connector was fresh clean oil so it wasnt something that had been there for a time and that it was most likely leaking.