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gts_drew
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gts_drew Dec 7, 7:40am - #345199 

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SOME PLEASE HELP ME OUT

im kindof new on working on a celica... my 02 sensenor went out and i bought a replacment and i found the o2 but i dont know where goes after the firewall.
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Steven
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Steven Dec 7, 8:00am - #345200 
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The O2 sensor comes up through the floor panel on the passenger side.

1) Make sure car is OFF.
2) Remove passenger side seat.
3) Remove kick panel (under the glove box)
4) Remove carpet fasteners
5) Remove carpet
6) Jack car up
7) follow the o2 sensor wiring you need to replace up to where it goes in the car.
8) wires go through a grommet
9) Push grommet through and replace o2 sensor.
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gts_drew
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gts_drew Dec 7, 8:21am - #345201 

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you got any pics where i can see that? thanks alot
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Steven Dec 7, 8:22am - #345202 
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Pics of what? Just remove the seat and carpet on the passenger side foot area and just punch out the grommet from under the car.
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gts_drew Dec 7, 8:26am - #345203 

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ok i get ya now... thanks man
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10celica10 Dec 7, 8:36am - #345204 
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Great job Steven smile
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