Air Fuel Sensors Versus Oxygen Sensors
There are two main kinds of oxygen sensors in today's vehicles, the conventional oxygen sensor and the newer air/fuel sensor (also called a wide range or wideband oxygen sensor). To learn how these two systems work in the vehicles in your shop, Master Technicians Mark Kenyon and Mark Ingram of Garage Gurus explain each in detail.
After watching this video, you'll understand the differences between the oxygen sensor and the air fuel sensor and the effect each has on long term and short term fuel trim. Each system is hooked up to a computer and tested so you can see both systems in action. Count on Garage Gurus to help you get your customer's vehicle repair done right.
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