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    What size spanner will I need to undo the lambda sensor on my 3.2 vectra please? I'm going to have to go and get a new spanner set and want to make sure that i have the right size!

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    Think they are 22mm

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    Thanks alan

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    Their actually a specially shaped socket. Bought 1 to change mine over a year ago. tip for you spray with wd40 a day b4 you intend to do the job and remove when engine is warm (not hot)

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    The socket or o2 sensor socket is only needed if the access is tight, As its the front bank he needs to change a spanner should be sufficiant,,.

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    They actually aren't a special shaped socket its just a normal 22mm with a slot cut in it for the wire to stick through, as long as you unplug the wiring first when you undo it and last when you put the new one in you should be sweet so as not to twist the wiring up too much and possibly damage it.

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