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Old 06-25-2008, 06:49 AM
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My 02 gle oxygen sensor went out. I have 136k miles on it. I understand there are 4 sensors. Is this something I can change out myself and and who difficult is it.?
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Yes you can. The only problem is that you have to access the sensors from underneath the car, but other that it is not difficult to do it.

I have attached a figure from an early model so you can get an idea. For 2002Maxima the location is similar.

I also recommend to reprogram the ECM after you replaced the sensors.
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THanks for you reply on how to change out the oxygen sensors in my 02 Maxima GLE earlier today. You also advised I should reset my ECM. What is that and how do I reset it? THanks for your help.
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their are 4 of them do u know which one it is.
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Bank 1 sensor 2, but I'm looking at replacing all of them since I have 136k miles on it.
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oh alright well i was gonna say the bottom two are not really needed and can be ran with out all u need is a o2 simulater. now the two primary which are the two up front ones are definatly need, so u could save u some money. just a suggestion. they are like 40 bucks. here is a link Universal o2 simulator dual output [unv-o2sim2] - $40.00 : O2 Simulator, E-commerce
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