Originally Posted by LBIHUI
Is the replacement of the sensors something I could do on my own? Or is this something I need to enlist the services of a shop? I have no idea so any input / guidance would be appreciated
DIY. They make a special socket to go around the sensor that provides a slot for the wiring to slip into. They can get rusted in pretty good, so multiple applications of a break free oil may be needed. Make sure the replacement sensors are direct plug in. Don't mess with the ones that make you cut and splice any wires.