If you don't mind, let me know how you were able to get it off because I've had a replacement switch for a while now. I just never got around to swapping it out because I don't have enough clearance to turn the wrench. My guess is a 7/8 deep socket but I'm not sure if the connection par of the sensor will allow the socket to grab.Holy smokes Golden Chicken your answer was on point! I found it and had to show my stepson, this isn't going to be easy but I pretty much figure I'll have to remove the air cleaner plumbing to get to it. Why oh why did GM/SAAB do this. LOL
Cool thanks. Just so you don't go crazy with the sizes, it is a 7/8. I checked as soon as I got the replacement sensor.No Prob Vyperpunk but my guess is it's metric since every other nut and bolt on the car is. But as soon as I get it figured out I'll let u know. I may have a bit of an advantage here since I am an aircraft mech and as such am really really used to wrenching in horrible places. But I will let you know for sure.
Saturn-5-guy, eaten Hondas n Shitten Subarus!