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In researching how to change the CPS sensor, I quickly realized two things........the green clip is almost impossible to get off and there aren"t many pics showing what or how to do it. I have attempted to make pics of the hardest & most discussed part of the replacement. If any additional pics are needed, please let me know. I have also attached 2 YouTube videos that helped me out. There are many people in this forum much more knowledgeable than I. Please feel free to provide clarity to anything I have posted. ​
I replaced the CPS - Bank 1 (rear) in my wife"s 2007 SL FWD last night. I am big guy (6"7", 265 lbs.) and could barely fit one hand into the tight space where the sensor is located. Because of this, I removed the sensor from the housing before disconnecting it from the clip. This allowed for much easier access to the bottom of the clip. I"m not sure if that is the perferred method but it worked for me. ​
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Thanks for the info!

After 142K miles, my MO is history. Now sporting a loaded silver 2012 Ford Edge Limited with 20" wheels. :29:
that is the method i just used not ten minutes ago, this forum has helped me out along with a video on youtube and what i thought was going to be the end of my engine took me about ten minutes to fix. the plastic receiver is by far the most tricky part, once you get your hands in there but if you just push the button far enough in and play with it a little bit it will almost pop the sensor out of its place. only the one bolt to release the sensor and screw that back in you"re good to go.

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