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Volkswagen Polo Service & Repair Manual: 6-Pin Universal Oxygen Sensor, Removing and Installing

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  Note
Use the faulty sensor as a guide for installing all of the accompanying attachments, cable ties or marking bands.
Do not crimp or cut the wires otherwise the functionality of the heated oxygen sensor (HO2S) will be diminished.
–  Remove the old heated oxygen sensor (HO2S).
   
–  Lay both of the oxygen sensor next to each other so the sensor housings are the same level.
 

6-Pin Universal Oxygen Sensor, Removing and Installing

–  Tie the excess length of the sensor (approximately 50 to 250 mm) back so it is the same length as the faulty sensor and secure it with cable ties -1-.
–  Install the new oxygen sensor in the vehicle.
 

6-Pin Universal Oxygen Sensor, Removing and Installing

4-Pin Heated Oxygen Sensor (HO2S), Removing and Installing
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