by Ed Sunkin
Adapted from Andrew Markel's Articles in Brake & Front End
Adapted from Larry Carley's article in Engine Builder
As modern OBD II technology marches on, its clear that the zirconia-based oxygen sensor now is being sold more as a basic repair part than as a preventive maintenance part, and it changes the way technicians diagnose and sell oxygen sensors. To illustrate the difference, understand that an oxygen sensor...
Adapted from Steve LaFerre's article in Tire Review