How to Test Oxygen Sensors With a Voltage Meter?

Answer A failed oxygen (O2) sensor will have a direct impact on your vehicle's engine performance. You might notice an increase in fuel consumption, which in turns affects exhaust emissions. But before yo... Read More »

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How to Test Cam Sensors With an Ohm Meter?

If your car begins sputtering or refusing to start, the problem could lie with a faulty camshaft sensor. Camshafts are connected to your engine's crankshaft and cause the valves to compress. Accord... Read More »

How to Test Cam Sensors With a Volt Meter?

A cam sensor is a device on your car that measures where your vehicle's engine cams are in their rotation. The cam sensor reports this information back to your car's power control module, which is ... Read More »

How to Test Oxygen Sensors?

The oxygen sensor is mounted in the exhaust pipe just forward of the catalytic converter. This sensor monitors the amount of oxygen in the exhaust. The sensor sends a voltage signal to the vehicle'... Read More »

How to Test Heated Oxygen Sensors?

Oxygen sensors are available heated and non-heated. They sense the amount of unburned oxygen in the exhaust system and signal the computer, which uses this information to adjust the mixture for a 1... Read More »