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What would cause no voltage to the oxygen sensors in a 97 Ford Explorer?


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2004-12-10 06:35:50
2004-12-10 06:35:50

There is really no voltage coming to the sensors. The sensors themselves are the ones that generate a small amount of current from the heat of the exhaust. You may want to go to a car parts store, and get a repair manual for your car. They cost about $16.00 Or, go to a Public Library.

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Yes, it can affect the oxygen sensors and catalytic converter.

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Problems with the oxygen sensors are quite likely to cause emissions test problems. The car computer cannot properly adjust the air/fuel mixture to regulate the emissions.

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A bad oxygen sensor can cause power loss, reduced fuel economy and damage to your catalytic converter.

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no it can't. usually when the oxygen sensors are failing, u get your check engine light on.

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Oxygen sensors are located at the same place on all cars cause they all do the same thing: analyze your exhaust gas. It will be on the exhaust pipe, between the engine and the catalytic converter. thats good but there are 3 of them


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