How to Replace Downstream O2 Oxygen Sensor 2005-2010 Chrysler 300

How to Replace Downstream O2 Oxygen Sensor 2005-2010 Chrysler 300

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This video shows you how to install new TRQ oxygen sensors on your 2005-2010 Chrysler 300. The Oxygen (O2) sensors help monitor the emissions system in your vehicle. They measure the amount of oxygen passing through the exhaust, which informs the computer about proper fuel/air mixture, and the condition of the catalytic converter. Over time, the sensors may fail due to contamination, or reaching the end of their service life. TRQ offers new O2 sensors made to manufacturer’s specifications.

This process should be similar on the following vehicles:
2005 Chrysler 300
2006 Chrysler 300
2007 Chrysler 300
2008 Chrysler 300
2009 Chrysler 300
2010 Chrysler 300

Tools you will need:
• 22mm Wrench


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Fernando Vacarezza says:

Hi. I have a jeep Crd 3.0. Can a bad O2 sensor make white smoke? Maybe a bad proportion of diesel/oxygen?

Mrkt trdr says:

good stuff!

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