Tag Archive: DIY

Sep 20

How to Replace a Downstream Oxygen Sensor (o2)

Plagued by the check engine light? Don’t know what to do next? Fear not, for you have come to the right place! Commonly, a check engine light will signify a sensor that needs to be replaced. In this case, it was the downstream (after the catalytic converter) o2 sensor. This sensor is easy to locate, …

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Sep 14

2002 WRX: Fully Adjustable Koni Yellow Strut Install!

This car had a rough front end clunk. After replacing the inner and outer tie rods, the ball joints, the sway bar, sway bar endlinks, and the lower control arms, the noise still persisted. Last culprits left? Rack and pinion, CV shafts, or the struts and strut top hats. Being the easiest to replace first …

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