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Access seems very restricted. any good hints? Open end wrench seems to be the best tool for this one as there is no overhead clearance for a normal O2 Sensor Socket.
I have to get up to date installing previously purchased parts which are aging in my parts cabinet. O2 Sensors, Cabin Air Filter, Fog Light, Jalousie, console lamps. I found a great deal on a non-SAAB replacement for my 9-5 (still with European and Opel lineage like our recent SAABs) and I may need to pull the trigger soon to enjoy the $10K or so of savings. I need to get these parts installed for private sale appearance reasons.
2008 9-5 Aero Sedan, sold at 227K miles
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