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Old 08-13-2010, 02:24 AM   #1
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Service and cleaning question

I was wondering what to use to clean the inside of my soft top? Also my service engine light went on for the first time and the code is p0058. I know it's a sensor but what do I need to do to fix it? Any assistance would be appreciated. Thanks

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Old 08-13-2010, 10:23 AM   #2
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Wash the top with soap and water, rinse well and let it dry. Or if you feel the need to throw money at it, you can buy some cleaner from Bestop. But soap and water will work just as well....

No clue about the code...

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Thanks for the help... looks like a little elbow grease is gonna be the solution to both. Now i have to figure out which sensor it actually is from under the jeep.
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The 2/2 means oxygen sensor located in bank 2 sensor #2. Band one is always the side of the engine that has spark plug number one, in the case of the jk this would be the passenger side. Meaning Bank 2 would be the driver's side. Sensor 1 is before the catalytic converter and sensor 2 is after the converter. So the sensor you are looking for will be in the exhaust on the driver's side, after the catalytic converter. You will need either a 22mm or a 7/8" wrench to change it. (either size will work.) Hope this helps!

oh and it never hurts to put a LITTLE anti-sieze on the threads of the new sensor when you put it in, makes it MUCH easier to remove next time.
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It continues to impress me that there are so many knowledgeable people on this site that freely share their knowledge and help others along. Bravo Zulu Firehawk and all the others who go out of their way to lend a hand.
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Thats what we are here for, and thats part of what being a Jeeper is all about, you lend a hand and help others out when they need it. Thats what makes forums so powerful, combined knowledge of many many people can solve just about any problem.
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Firehawk, I appreciate the specific detail. I am handy but you gave me an exact guide. I agree with you about the forums, you can learn how to do anything. Thanks again. Any recommendation on a sensor manufacturer?
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No problem. I tend to stick with Bosch for oxygen sensors. They make a good product and I've always had good luck with them.
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Bought the bosch sensor and it worked like a charm! Easy install to.

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