How to Change a Narrowband O2 Sensor Over to a Wideband Sensor?

Answer A narrow band O2 sensor is used primarily for tuning the air fuel ratio in your vehicle. The factory O2 sensor's purpose is to measure the amount of air and fuel being mixed in the throttle body. I... Read More »

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Wideband Vs. Narrowband O2 Sensor?

A car's engine uses multiple sensors to relay critical operating information to the on-board computer. In particular, oxygen sensors, including wideband and narrowband, contribute to engine functio... Read More »

Why is a wideband more accurate than a narrowband o2 sensor?

Wide-band oxygen--or O2--sensors are beginning to come into their own as a performance item, but have actually been around for some time. These sensors can accurately monitor air/fuel ratios well ... Read More »

How to Test a Wideband O2 Sensor?

Wideband oxygen sensors are used to increase the fuel to air ratio accuracy within the engine. Wideband O2 sensors are equipped with a five-wire system versus the traditional one or three wire sens... Read More »

How to Change a Oxygen Sensor for a 1998 Ford Windstar Bank 2 Sensor 1?

Throughout the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s, automotive engineers made many strides to keep pace with the ever-changing emission laws, including: catalytic converters, unleaded fuel usage and oxygen sens... Read More »