I believe there is an oxygen sensor in each of the exhaust manifold outlets ( 2 )
on a 1993 Ford Ranger 4.0 liter
I'm not sure about 40% but it WILL reduce gas mileage I'm not sure about 40% but it will for sure reduce your gas mileage. 40% does extremely high for just one O2 sensor
it could be the DPFE sensor that's what was causing my 02 to surge like that i was told that is a common sensor to go bad. it cost about 75 dollars and took me about 5 min. to replace.
40, 2%=.02, .8/.02=40
Because 40=(4x10) 4x4=16 10x10=100 so 16x100=1600
That sounds like its going to be either your camshaft position sensor or the crankshaft position sensor. I have a 02 durango with a 4.7 and it uses both. if its starts and all of sudden cuts out its your camshaft sensor a 40 dollar part that's pretty easy to change.
It is very easy, @ $200 they are charging you almost $100 for 15 minutes of labor. 2nd Answer: I had the 02 sensor changed on my 98 Cherokee. My mechanic is old school, and allowed me to watch, literally right under the truck while it was on the lift. It took LESS THAN 5 minutes, and he told me the part cost about $40 (it's a cable with a sensor on it that runs from the exhaust system to the motor, about 12 to 18 inches long). He didn't charge me, as I'd bought it used from him, with this pre-existing problem with the 02 sensor.
4 x 40 = 160 if you know your 4 times tables, then 4x4=16 and then add a zero at the end. if it was 4x400, then 4x4=16 and because there is 2 zeros, then you add 2 zeros at the end which is 1600.
35 to 40 psi is good
purchase an actron sensor tester for about $40 and follow the directions
NO. The O2 sensor is an integral part of the emissions system. You cannot remove this from the system.Well not exactly true.. Yes. I just unplugged the 02 sensor and car runs fine , not dumping excess fuel , I also removed the front and rear plug-ins at the throttle body , will know more about the mpg after the tank has been used . I'm trying to get my van ready for an HHO system and I was told by them that the fuel economy will be between 20 and 40 percent because the 02 sensor will make the mixture run "rich" when the hydrogen is burned , ATM the 02 sensor is unplugged and only the check engine light is on , if this does not make the computer "run continuously lean" My next step will be to isolate the return voltage wire from the 02 sensor in the harness and run a hot lead from the battery and then regulating that voltage with a resistor to around 3.5v . Will update as events permit
35-40 Psi @2000 rpm.
15 40 rotella
The cam sensor on a 1996 Mercury Villager cost about $35 to $40. The sensor is actually manufactured by a Nissan subsidiary.
The gear oil best suited for a 1991 4x4 is 75w-40. The best idea, however, is to check the owner's manual which will provide recommended products for the vehicle.
10/40 or 5/40 will be fine for this Astra.
5% of 40 millions is 2 millions.05 * 40000000 = 2000000
If traveling, lower speed below 40 mph, put foot on brake pedal and then pull 4x4 lever toward down to 4 high. When parked, put foot on brake pedal and pull same 4x4 lever into 4 high. Brake pedal needs to be utilized (if only to slow down) to do this. Keep foot on brake pedal until in 4x4.
Disconnect the wires, and unscrew the O2 sensor. You might want some wd-40 to soak up the sensor's threads before you try to remove it.
If the fuel filter hasn't been changed yet, do it. The O2 sensor after the cat only monitors the performance of the cat. The O2 sensor before the cat would effect the performance of the engine.