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Old 07-17-2009, 01:38 PM   #1
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Any instruction on how to do this pics would be helpful to
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I never made one up. It'* very easy. Remove a metal cover over the plug, just follow the wire to find it. It will take a lot of penetrating oil to loosen up the sensor.
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Penetrating oil, and a 7/8 Open End Wrench. You will have to drill out a couple of rivets to get the metal cover off. I used self tappers to put it back on.
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