How to Replace Downstream O2 Sensor 7-13 Nissan Altima

How to Replace Downstream O2 Sensor 7-13 Nissan Altima

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1A Auto shows you how to remove, install, change or replace an oxygen O2 sensor. This video is applicable to the 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13 Nissan Altima

🔧 List of tools used:
• Flat Blade Screwdriver
• O2 Sensor Socket
• Needle nose pliers
• Needle nose pliers
• Ratchet
• 7/8 Inch Wrench

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Rodney Toney says:

I am using pushing accelerator to get code. Car is running rough and service engine soon light is on. I am getting 103 102 with the blinking lights. The only code that comes close is 1032 which is my upstream Oxygen sensor. Can you help.

Jay says:

Sensor 1 or 2?

Gino Mjolnir says:

will a new sensor fix the P2097 code im getting?

Trick Arrow Publishing says:

Try starting wide and zooming into where the part is on the vehicle. I have no idea what you're pointing at when you start off zoomed into the bottom of the vehicle and the only description you give is, "here it is, right here."

DEE Aguilar says:

So the second o2 sensor is under the car?

Christov says:

is the location roughly the same on a 2013 sentra?

James Pinckard says:

Isn't there some anti seize that should be put on the threads before installing it? Can I get an answer?

Scoob Da Gamer says:

Hey what’s that part number I can’t find it on your site

Darius Smith says:

I've changed both the air/fuel & downstream sensor & my light still wont go off for a o2 sensor. Also went to a local part store & got the cel turned off but it came back on. 2012 Altima 2.5

Davy Brown says:

Wow thanks so much very very helpfully vedio great job you help me out alot

Josh Eckhardt says:

Is this for a 2.5 or 3.5? I'm showing a bank 1 sensor 2 code (P0137) but when looking at the rear of the bank 1 cat, the 02 sensor is nowhere nearly as accessible as in this video.

Charlie Bourret says:

If the vehicle was showing a CEL code for a bad sensor do you have to clear the code with a code reader or will the light go out after running it with the new sensor installed?

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