Yea its a pain in the butt. You have to crawl underneath and remove a heat shield at the top center rear part of your engine, behind the turbo. I took a cheap craftsmen wrench(forgot the size, buts its big) and cut it down so it will fit between the sensor and the fire wall and it will unscrew after unplugging it.
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