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Offset Oxygen Sensor Socket Remover for Enhanced SEO Review




Revainrating 3.5 out of 5  
🔌 Oxygen Sensor Removers, 🔧 Automotive Tools & Equipment

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Description of Offset Oxygen Sensor Socket Remover for Enhanced SEO

【Design】 Standard 6 point with low profile and slotted design to enable you remove oxygen sensors with the wiring harness still attached, and the socket is offset and compact which allows extra leverage even in hard to reach spots. 【USE】 Built for use with ratchets and breakers bars to remove and install oxygen sensors and hex vacuum switches on vehicle, even if you don't have a lot of experience working with cars. This high quality tool can save your time!. 【Package】1-pc 3/8” Dr. extra deep broach socket (3-1/8” long), 1-pc 3/8” Dr. low-profile crowfoot socket wrench (1-1/4” long), 1-pc 1/2” Dr. offset crowfoot socket wrench (1-15/16” long), 1-pc M18 x 1.5mm and 1-pc M12 x 1.25mm thread chasers with 3/8” drive to clean and repair damaged threads. 【Material】 Made from high performance chrome molybdenum and solid cast steel construction for strength and durability - Finished with Black Oxide to prevent rust. 【Service】100% satisfaction guarantee, If you have any issues with the Oxygen Sensor Socket Wrench and Thread Chaser Set, simply contact customer service for troubleshooting help, parts, replacement, or refund. Our aim is to make you satisfy the parts and the service we provide for you.


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Revainrating 1 out of 5

Stop the fight. Get the right tools for the job.

I've struggled with replacing oxygen sensors for years and finally got fed up with the last one. I bought this set on a whim and the purchase was a complete success. For a DIY backyard mechanic, this will likely take a while. I'm not sure if it's suitable for day-to-day commercial use, but it definitely worked for my purposes.

  • High marks for tester support and durability
  • Requires outlet

Revainrating 5 out of 5

If you live in a salt belt, good luck, they'll take the sensor from you.

Garbage, garbage if like me you live in the salt belt area. First they will rob the sensor. All you have to do is replace the sensor for $94. Don't skimp on sensors. In any case, it's better to break the sensor and put a 7/8 socket on it, and then if you didn't remove it like I did, you'll have to pull it out. These sockets are not suitable as they do not fully cover the sensor - good luck.

  • Quality construction
  • I don't remember but there was something

Revainrating 4 out of 5

Works for me on a 2008 Honda CRV

My car has done 220,000 miles and this is the first time the upstream oxygen sensor has needed replacing. I drove the car up the ramp to have enough space under the car. Space in front of the sensor is limited on this car so with patience I put on the oxygen sensor wrench with a 1/2" jumper and easily removed the sensor in 5 minutes. Well worth the money. I used some PB Blaster. Oil pernitrate 2-3 days ago Was concerned that winter salt in NE Ohio would rust the exhaust pipe oxygen sensor to…

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