Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Stoney Creek, Ontario
Not really, make sure you clean the dirt and corruption from around the sensor before removing it. You wouldn't want that getting into the differential. I had no problem doing mine. Undo the plug and bolt, then pull it out. Lube the new one with some axle grease or 80W90 oil before inserting the new one. Don't forget to disconnect the battery for a few minutes. Then reconnect it and go for a 10~15 minute drive. While you're under there, check your differential oil level. I found that a couple of light taps with a ball peen hammer on the bolt head prior to removal helps to loosen it.
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