How to Replace Oxygen Sensors in a Chevy Metro?

Answer The Chevrolet Metro was manufactured from 1998 to 2001. The car is equipped with two oxygen sensors, which are upstream and downstream of the catalytic converter. A failed oxygen sensor increases t... Read More »

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How to Do the Oxygen Sensors on a 96 Chevy S10?

In 1983, Chevrolet released its first American-built compact pickup, the S-10. Prior to the release of the S-10, Chevy farmed its compact pickup truck, the LUV, from Japanese auto builder Isuzu. Th... 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 Sequoia Oxygen Sensors?

Oxygen sensors measure the amount of oxygen in your car's fuel system when considered in conjunction with other components. The sensors are in the exhaust system and allow electronic fuel injection... 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 »