If it is bad the check engine light will come on and set a code for that particular sensor.
You have a bad 02 sensor after the catalytic converter.
The check engine light will illuminate if you have a bad O2 sensor. The code set will lead you to the faulty sensor.
engine will stall out and run very bad.
When a O2 sensor goes bad the check engine light will illuminate. The code set in the ecm will lead you to which O2 sensor is bad.
If you are not getting an error light, you can check the color and oder of the exhaust. Dark exhaust means the car is running "rich" and that can be due to the 02 sensor telling the computer there is not enough fuel.Bad O2 sensors will cause loss of power and fuel economy.
Not likely. A bad O2 sensor would illuminate the check engine light and the engine performance would suffer.
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if your ac is running and if you have a bad 02 sencor most likely it will not kill your car it depends on your sensor
The check engine light would illuminate and the code set would help lead you to which sensor is at fault.
Most likely NOT.
The check engine light would illuminate and the code(s) set would lead you to which O2 sensor is at fault or why the sensor set the code.
where is the secondary 02 sensor on a 2004 crv
They generally set a trouble code and the check engine light illuminates.
The Check Engine Light (CEL) will be on - there are diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) very specific to problems with the O2 sensor that indicate a failing sensor. Most times though, the DTC indicate other problems dur to the readings coming from the 02 sensors. See "Related Questions" below for more
First you need to find which one is bad. After you find out which one is bad you remove the 02 sensor from the exhaust pipe with an 02 sensor socket. Then you disconnect the sesor from the electrical connector. After that you can install the new one. Be carefull it's not the easist job to do in the drive way.
Need to hook upto a scanner. Check for codes.
Yes, a bad O2 sensor would cause a 2002 Dodge Dakota to stall. It would also cause bad fuel mileage and hard idling within the vehicle.
P0139 02 Sensor Circuit Slow Response (Bank 1 Sensor 2)P0139 02 Sensor Circuit Slow Response (Bank 1 Sensor 2)
AnswerA/F Sensor Circuit Response Malfunction!! Oxygen sensor bank one sensor one slow response or at limit. This code is for the front 02 sensor on the side of engine that has the number one cylinder. May be caused by vaccuum leak or bad sensor.
Do you know which sensor is bad? Have you had the computer scanned? most of them just unplug from the wiring harness and you unscrew the sensor out of the exhaust pipe either before or after the catalytic converter. If they are bad you can generally shake them and you will hear them rattle due to the porcelin breaking.
It's an issue with an 02 sensor and the heating circuit to it. Not necessarily a bad 02 sensor, but the car is not going in to closed loop when it should. In open loop the ECU ignores the signals from the 02 sensors, during cold start until the sensor(s) are heated enough to go in to closed loop and the ECU uses the signal from them
If your car has OBD2(96 and newer) they will hook up a code reader. If you do have a bad O2 sensor the scanner can tell which one is bad. Most v6 and v8 engine have 4 sensors.
well if it cranks and runs the coils are ok the 02 sensor will make it run ruff and use more gas