How to Replace 2001 S-10 Oxygen Sensors?

Answer An oxygen sensor (O2 sensor) is a little device used by your S-10's onboard computer to measure and adjust the ratio of fuel and air being pumped into the engine's combustion chambers. Most vehicle... Read More »

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How to Replace Oxygen Sensors on a 2001 Durango?

The oxygen sensors on the 2001 Dodge Durango are mounted to the exhaust manifold near the catalytic converter, and they work with the Powertrain Control Module to measure the converter's performanc... Read More »

How do I Replace Oxygen Sensors on a 2001 Jaguar XK8?

The oxygen sensors on a 2001 Jaguar XK8 regulate the amount of oxygen burned in the engine, and they improve fuel efficiency and reduce pollution. Over time, the sensors can become ineffective, ca... Read More »

How to Replace Oxygen Sensors?

An oxygen sensor senses the free oxygen in the exhaust system. It creates a low, constant varying voltage that is used by the computer to analyze the quality of the fuel mixture. The computer takes... Read More »

How to Replace Intrepid 3.5 Oxygen Sensors?

Check the oxygen sensors on a Dodge Intrepid 3.5 after roughly 100,000 miles. If the sensor fails, you will probably notice your vehicle running richer. You'll notice a stronger fuel smell in the e... Read More »