Originally Posted by Raziel
If you can get it to turn some. Apply some brake fluids to the t threads. Turn the sensor back on & wait 5 minutes. Then try to take out off.
Thanks! Just got done with the job today. Sprayed it down with PB Blaster last night and again this morning then let the engine run a bit and she finally gave way. New sensor is in now with some anti-seize around the threads! Deleted the codes with my hand held and knock on wood all seems to be fine. Jeep appears to be happy. She's showing the "Eco" status agin when I drive. Personally I always thought the eco was worthless but at least it's suggesting the computer is happy again.
Ended up using a box wrench to take the sensor off. The slotted socket was just a PITA to work with in that confined space.