JAYMAN320 said:buy a new one...bosche universal and NGK O2 sensors are found in you local auto parts store....A o2 sensor is something you replace no something that you clean.
Its just like spark plugs my friend
Oh really, just ask for a universal one? umm ill have to do that the next time i need a new one.. Mine is allright now! it was just the connector terminal wire for the ground came out, i never noticed that unitl i tried to put the o2 sensor socket on and the wire came out more, so i put it back in and tried it and ta da! problem cured!JAYMAN320 said:50 bucks is what you need
yeah, but that burn gas exhaust(mostly.) Pouring gas on it to clean and a little gas in the exhaust are way different.The_Engineer said:if you wanna clean it, use gasoline, it will not hurt the O2 at all, the sensor is exposed to gas everytime the engine is on,