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Why would I need to replace my Oxygen sensor?

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Why would I need to replace my Oxygen sensor?

Post  Admin on Thu Jul 28, 2011 2:38 pm

Oxygen sensor are one of the most commonly replaced engine input sensor. A sluggish or defective sensor can make an engine run rich and waste fuel A bad sensor can increase emission, caused the vehicle fail to emission test. If check engine light is on, engine computer stored a trouble code for Oxygen or Air fuel ratio sensor heater circuit failure or problem, It usually have an open circuit internal of the sensor, the sensor can be test with an oms meter to verify within the specification. If out of spec the sensor need to replace, if within the spec further diagnose is
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