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Drivers Side Upstream Oxygen Sensor

Is there a trick for taking off the drivers side upstream oxygen sensor? It is angled inward towards the tranny. I can't seem to get my wrench in at a good angle from the wheel well, or underneath.

Does anyone have any experience with this?
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i took driversside and passenger side out the other day. driver side was definitely a *****. i was able to get it done with a 7/8 inch wrench, just took awhile. had to get to it from the top, bottom and wheel well. goodluck!
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and welcome to ranger forums
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drop the Y-pipe with the sensors still in the pipe, then uninstall if all else fails.
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