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Hi all,

anyone used one of these before? I want to remove the 2 lambda sensors from my stock downpipe and cat

http://www.ebay.co.u...=item19d160805c

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If so how is it used
Ie, what tool fits into the square and star shaped holes


EDIT - found this Office supplies Tool Rim Writing implement Font at least this is one that I can use straight out the box
 

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I've got the second one, not really necessary though as you can do it with a normal spanner. You only really need them for if there is very limited access and you need to use a socket handle and extension bar.
 

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I've got the second one, not really necessary though as you can do it with a normal spanner. You only really need them for if there is very limited access and you need to use a socket handle and extension bar.
My spanners aren't offset so don't sit flat onto the sensor and slip off when i apply pressure
 

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As above. Use a spanner.

Failing that we have a socket in the garage with a cut down it. Means you can put the wire through it

The tools on your top link just attach to a ratchet
 

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Just use an angle grinder to put a cut down an offset ring spanner like your second picture. Try not to overheat the metal as it re-tempers and can ruin it.
 
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