How Easy Is it to replace an O2 sensor on a 2000 camry

Asked by Jul 15, 2015 at 11:24 PM about the 2000 Toyota Camry CE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Ive had the check engine light on for about half a year now and I've been putting it off
because Ive heard it can be pretty expensive. But as I started looking into it, it doesnt
look like the parts should be that expensive. Any advice would be greatly appreciated

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The exact location of the O2 sensor and tools you have available will determine if it is easy to get to or not.

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You might want to consider having this repair done by a trusted repair facility. O2 sensors usually require special tools and techniques. Good luck

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It all depends which one is bad. If it's the one one the front of the manifold as you look at it from the front, that's the easy one. There is also one on the backside of the engine. That one is harder to reach.

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