How to Remove an O2 Sensor With WD40?

Answer The O2 sensors on an automobile typically bolt onto the exhaust manifold and exhaust pipe, just in front of the catalytic converters. This exposes the O2 sensor to rust from the cast iron manifolds... Read More »

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How to Kill Wasps With WD40?

Wasps are predators that are very territorial, returning to the same nesting location year after year. The best way to keep wasps away is to prevent them from returning to build a new nest. If they... Read More »

How to Remove a Tire From the Rim With a TPM Sensor?

While Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) sensors (also known as TPM sensors) have been around for quite a while on premium model vehicles, they were mandated on every passenger vehicle manufact... Read More »

How do I Replace an O2 Sensor With Os-4000 Universal Oxygen Sensor on a 2002 Outback?

Most vehicles, including the 2002 Subaru Outback, have the same size oxygen sensor, which is 7/8-inch. The biggest difference in oxygen sensors is that some have a preheater and some don't. The 200... Read More »

Adding WD40 to Gas?

WD-40 is a lubricant that has a number of uses, including lubrication, cleaning and rust prevention. Some automotive enthusiasts also advocate putting WD-40 into the gas tank of a vehicle along wit... Read More »