Q: I was told that on my 2006 Saab 97x w/5.3L engine that in order to change the upstream sensors the transmission has to be lowered.

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Does the trany have to be lowered or am I being ripped? Does the trany have to be lowered in ordered to change any sensors? I don't get it?

My car has 109000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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