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Every car today is equipped with one of the most important exhaust system components—the oxygen sensor. What this sensor does is make sure that the rightAMount of air and fuel is delivered to the engine. Once it detects lean or rich mixture, it immediately reports it to the engine management computer so that theAMount of fuel can be adjusted. By preventing either rich or lean mixture, your engine produces less harmful emissions. More importantly, you get better performance from your car. Over time, however, your car's stock oxygen sensor will have to be replaced. When it starts faltering, don't hesitate to get a Replacement Oxygen Sensor immediately.
A new oxygen sensor will restore your car's peak efficiency while minimizing harmful emissions at the same time. More importantly, it will prolong the service life of the catalytic converter. Most of the time, the oxygen sensor is installed in the exhaust pipe to make detection of lean or rich mixture easier. Every time gases pass through, a chemical reaction happens in the oxygen sensor, which generates low-voltage electricity. Lean mixture causes the oxygen sensor to generate around 0.2 volts while rich mixture generates at least 0.9 volts. This is how the computer reads the data.
Before installing the Replacement Oxygen Sensor, remove the factory oxygen sensor by using a special oxygen sensor socket that you can turn clockwise to loosen your stock sensor. When installing the new sensor, be sure to connect the right wires to the power source. And to make sure that you won't make any mistake during installation, always refer to the part's service manual.
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