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As part of my bike's midlife maintenance, I'd like to refresh its o2 sensors. Is it recommended to simply remove and clean, or replace altogether? If so, are there alternatives to costly OE units?

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If it’s running fine why would you want to replace or clean them?

O2 sensors are not something that need servicing, they usually last the life of the bike. 

 

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There's a way to test them with a butane torch and a multi meter. I think Eric the Car Guy has a video...

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15 hours ago, VFROZ said:

If it’s running fine why would you want to replace or clean them?

O2 sensors are not something that need servicing, they usually last the life of the bike. 

 

I noticed these past few seasons that the bike's exhaust fumes smell rich, a novelty as far as I can remember, I have owned this bike for 12 years.

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