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The job is complete.
The only tools I used were a 15/16 open/closed flat wrench and a light. NOTE: I suspect a 24mm tool would also work, but I don't have one of those.
The old sensor came right out, brought a little bit of oil with it. Maybe 1/4 cup if that.
The new sensor went right in.
I started up the truck and the sensor showed a valid reading.
It was, perhaps, a 15 minute job, excluding lifting the truck and time for the oil to cool.
The longest part of the job was gettin the old Sensor out of the tight space.
An adjustable wrench won't fit, and getting a deep socket around the sensor would take some acrobatics. It _may_ be possible, but I can't say for sure.
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