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Old 10-27-2010, 02:40 PM   #1
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1999 RX300 Oxygen Sensor Nut Size for Studs

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I have a 99 RX300. The Oxygens sensor fell totally out of the exhaust and the nuts that fit on the 2 studs are missing.

Does anyone know the correct nut size to buy when I put it back together?

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Re: 1999 RX300 Oxygen Sensor Nut Size for Studs

I got it. It was a M8 nut that takes a 13mm socket. I stuck the sensor back in pulled the battery cable and cleared the alarm. Then I went for a 2 mile ride and all is well so far.

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