How a faulty oxygen sensor can ruin an engine. Aired 1/22/22January 29, 2022
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An oxygen sensor that is employed on a gasoline engine of any size, monitors the air/fuel ratio. That data is then used to control the opening time of the fuel injector. The Hot Rod Farmer explains how a sensor that is lying can ruin a perfectly good engine. The “Under the Sheetmetal” segment explains proper flywheel service.
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