How do I remove the part of the exhaust pipe in front of the engine coolant temp. sensor on an 06 Pontiac grand prix?

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Asked by Oct 14, 2015 at 10:26 AM

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

3800 v6 engine.
The sensor is under the thermostat
housing but part of the exhaust pipe
won't let me get at the part

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1,555

these are in a tight spot, there is a exhaust crossover pipe. At each end there are two 13mm nuts, remove theos and the pipe will come out of your way, I have changed that sensor without moving the pipe but is a real bugger to to

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