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Code PO158 - O2 Circuit High Voltage

I have pulled the PO158 O2 Circuit High voltage code this morning on my 2008 V6 Commander. It is the Bank 2, Sensor 2 location which from my understanding is the passenger side, post-catalytic converter sensor. If this is indeed correct, how do you go about getting the current sensor off. The limited area doesn't give much room for a wrench or much of anything to unscrew it.

Any input will be greatly appreciated.

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I have pulled the PO158 O2 Circuit High voltage code this morning on my 2008 V6 Commander. It is the Bank 2, Sensor 2 location which from my understanding is the passenger side, post-catalytic converter sensor. If this is indeed correct, how do you go about getting the current sensor off. The limited area doesn't give much room for a wrench or much of anything to unscrew it.

Any input will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks.


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I have pulled the PO158 O2 Circuit High voltage code this morning on my 2008 V6 Commander. It is the Bank 2, Sensor 2 location which from my understanding is the passenger side, post-catalytic converter sensor. If this is indeed correct, how do you go about getting the current sensor off. The limited area doesn't give much room for a wrench or much of anything to unscrew it.

Any input will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks.
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