No,but for fuel efficiency it is best. All the emission devices have a purpose and all work together for the good of the engine.
There are a few reasons. crankshaft position sensor, faulty fuel pump, fuel pump regulator, throttle position sensor, oxygen sensor. Need to have it diagnosed.
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Your computer may need to reset, try disconnecting your battery for at least 30min.
check fuel pump relay, mass air flow sensor in the intake or egr valve stack open and oxygen sensor so there are checks that need to be done to find out the cause problem.
I get no fuel to the injectors don't hear the pump prime and if I connect power directly to the pump and get pressure to the fuel rails, no injectors are opening when I crank,,, I am getting sparks, how can I check if it is the ECU broken or the big fuel relay at the firewall?,, or is there some other problems, this engine was rebuilt by previous owner and he put the electiric in a mess, put wrong firing order(fixed that), put on new headers which was wrong and it has no oxygen sensor, (will it not run if the oxygen sensor is not hooked up? ) I will put original manifolds on and oxygen sensor soon... can bad maf sensor ruin the ECU...? previous owner told me he thougth the maf sensor was bad.... Help me get this Iroc-Z running again... Thanks,
if the oil pressure sensor is not hooked up the pump will not run make sure whether it needs sensor for light or gauge cause it matters on the computer controled car
need to drop the tank and pull the fuel pump out and change the sensor
The heart does need a constant supply of oxygen to produce energy in the cardiac muscles to pump blood.
We need more oxygen to produce more energy. So our heart has to pump faster to get oxygen around our body ore quickly.
no craw fish do not they have gills like fish and get there oxygen from the water but you do need a air pump so oxygen will get into the water
The injection pump crank sensor is internal to the injection pump. It is not serviceable.
so the blood can pump out oxygen
Th cam sensor is under the power steering pump; To service the sensor the pump has to be removed.
maybe throttle postion sensor or fuel pump or fuel filter or oxygen sensor
the sensor under the pump on a 3.1 is, a cam sensor,
The fuel pump pressure sensor monitors the fuel pressure of the vehicle.
As you face the car, on the right (driver side) in front of the engine is an air pump, a vertical canister device on a large metal bracket. the sensor is at the bottom of this assembly. You can trace the wires on the right side of the canister/pump.
your body need more oxygen in its mucsles
most modern cars have the sensor or sender [as its commonly know] with the fuel pump in the tank..to get it them you need to find where there is an inspection cover [commonly under rear seats] undo it and withdraw the pump along with sensor and usually filter as well these days..
it is located behind the power steering pump. You need to remove the power steering pump to get to it which requires removing the engine mount next to it to get the bottom bolt out of the power steering pump. The sensor is directly behind the power steering pump. You can follow the cable that goes behind the pump. It is the only one there.
To pump blood throughout your body which is supplied with oxygen. No heart means no pumping of the blood. No pumping of the blood means no oxygen. No oxygen means death.
check the oxygen sensor or oil pump is going out have that checked too
Yes it does have a sensor, which is located with the fuel pump in the tank. Additional Info: It will cost you about 900$ Canadian to replace the entire fuel pump (the sensor is with the fuel pump).
because it has to pump more oxygen carrying blood to the working muscles, the muscles need more oxygen when they are working hard, therefore the heart has to pump more blood to them.