|Item Weight||2.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6.6 x 2.5 x 1 inches|
|Item model number||648691|
|Manufacturer Part Number||648691|
Powerbuilt 648691 Oxygen Sensor Offset Puller
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- Made to be the most reliable tools in the market today
- Tool solutions for most all situations
- Built to exceed tool standards
- Slotted design allows removing oxygen sensor with wiring harness attached
- Offset oxygen sensor socket provides extra leverage for easier removal even in hard to reach spots
- Precision casting for strength and accurate fit
- 7/8 inch (22 millimeter) hex fits almost all oxygen sensors
- 3/8 inch square drive for use with ratchet
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I'm happy I decided to change the O2 sensor at the same time as changing the plugs on this car for my 100K service. The O2 sensor is right in the way of the #6 plug so changing the O2 sensor was a no brainer. It had to be removed to get that plug wire off anyway. Most people don't realize that the O2 sensor is a wear item just like their spark plugs and don't change them out every 100K. By the way, before anyone comments on my 100K tune up, please be aware that my vehicle used Iridium spark plugs that only need changing at 100K miles. Amazon saved me a ton of money on my O2 sensor too!
I had no idea that my car wasn't performing at 100% until changing the plugs, wires, and O2 sensor. It idled smooth and had tons of acceleration, so I didn't notice anything wrong. By looking at the plugs that came out with 100K miles on them you would never know it. They looked almost new (The OEM Iridium plugs are awesome). However it runs like a Singer sewing machine now, and I wish I would have done this 10K ago. It's certain in my mind that this improvement is due more to the O2 sensor replacement than the plugs.
Now if I can find a tool that makes getting those plug wires off easier. My arms are a bloody mess after wrestling with the plug wires between the engine and firewall on that car. My old plug wire pliers just didn't cut it for this application.
If the sensor is going to be replaced cut the top off and use a 6 point socket. AND LOTS of heat where sensor seats.
As mentioned in other reviews oversized sockets will round the nut surface since the full force will be applied to a very small area of the edges.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is the ideal tool for getting over the cable from an oxygen sensor and firmly gripping the sensor. Read morePublished 1 day ago by OWEN L HOLMWOOD
Used on 2008 Subaru Outback 2.5i Limited. Couldn't have done the job with out it.Published 5 days ago by Bill
Inexpensive, efficient tool which is a must have you like working on cars ...
Had to replace an oxygen sensor diy, and through my reading, found that many recommended one of... Read more
Arrive on time. I don't know about parts but my husband says that it's works perfectly on a 2010 ford TaurusPublished 10 days ago by Maria Odom
Pony up and buy one. Made the job much easier and cheap for the headache it saves you. Its quality so you will have it around for next time.Published 14 days ago by Sarah & Curtis