How to Replace the Oxygen Sensor on a Tundra?

Answer An oxygen (O2) sensor is a small device that is used by your truck's onboard computer to determine the proper mixture of air and fuel to pump into your engine. Most vehicles on the road have only o... Read More »

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How to Replace an Oxygen Sensor on a Toyota Tundra?

The oxygen sensors in your Toyota Tundra monitor the oxygen levels in the exhaust, thus helping regulate your truck’s fuel consumption. If your gas mileage has decreased or your "check engine" li... Read More »

How to Replace the Oxygen Sensor on a 2001 Toyota Tundra?

The oxygen sensor in your 2001 Toyota Tundra may one day go bad and need replacement. The oxygen (O2) sensor is responsible for regulating the oxygen and fuel ratio in your vehicle, contributing to... Read More »

How to Change the Oxygen Sensor on a 2000 Toyota Tundra?

Symptoms of a defective sxygen sensor (or O2 Sensor, as they a commonly known) on a 2000 Toyota Tundra include a rough engine idle, misfiring engine or hesitation on acceleration. You may also noti... Read More »

How do I Replace an O2 Sensor With Os-4000 Universal Oxygen Sensor on a 2002 Outback?

Most vehicles, including the 2002 Subaru Outback, have the same size oxygen sensor, which is 7/8-inch. The biggest difference in oxygen sensors is that some have a preheater and some don't. The 200... Read More »