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OXYGEN SENSOR

Weird seasons, heat waves, crazy weather that ever wished you could do something about the nasty environmental effects of climate change in your own simple way? Turns out, you can  just by making sure that your vehicle has a properly working oxygen sensor.

Most cars manufactured after 1980 have oxygen sensors installed. The sensor not only ensures that a vehicle produces the least amount of emissions; it also helps the engine to run efficiently and properly. New cars wont be able to run without a good oxygen sensor because it is essential to their engines proper performance. Take, for example, a gasoline-fueled car. It is only possible to burn gasoline in the engine when oxygen is present. Experts have discovered that the perfect air-fuel ratio in a gasoline engine is 14.7:1. Thus, the closer the mixture of oxygen and gasoline in your engine to this ratio, the more efficiently your car runs. When an engine runs rich, there is more fuel and less air in the mixture, which could result in the spark plugs failing. On the other hand, when an engine runs lean,  there is more air and less fuel than ideal, increasing the risk of the car stalling.

The oxygen sensor in the exhaust pipe enables the engine computer to determine whether the engine is running rich or lean. The device uses a voltage-generating chemical reaction that signals the computer to correctly adjust the amount of fuel being burnt. The amount of air the engine pulls depends on a lot of factors, such as air and engine temperature, altitude, load, etc.

Needless to say, your car will likely perform poorly and produce a huge amount of emissions when its oxygen sensor malfunctions. If your engine always runs rich or lean, its sensor must have already failed. No need to worry though, because you found the right place to avail of the finest oxygen sensor in the aftermarket today. The best part is, we ship for free! Order now and drive a mean, clean, green machine on the road.

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