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4-wire Oxygen Sensor

Universal 4-wire Zirconia Heated Oxygen Sensor

4-wire Oxygen Sensor


Product Code: O24WIRE



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A replacement Zirconia Oxygen Sensor for almost all cars that currently use 4-wire Zirconia Oxygen Sensors.

Sensor comes complete with fitting instructions and splicing kit.

Features

  • Element type - zirconium dioxide
  • Sensor specification – four wire, 18mm spark plug thread
  • Output signal - oscillating between 0.1 and 0.9 volts
  • Not suitable for engines fitted with the M.E.M.S. Engine Management System
  • To check vehicle compatibility, see our application list

Additional information

Please email us at o2sensors@gendan.co.uk to confirm compatibility with your vehicle.

Or please view our Quick Guide to Oxygen Sensors.

Example applications are:
Most Ford models
Most Peugeot, Skoda, BMW and Rover models
Renault Megane and Laguna
Many VW models

Important note: These sensors are not suitable for use on engines fitted with the M.E.M.S. engine management system (i.e. Rover K Series) or Toyota Carina E (manual transmission).

What is an Oxygen Sensor?

Oxygen Sensors (also known as Lambda Sensors) are located in the vehicle exhaust system. Their purpose is to measure the levels of unburned oxygen in the exhaust through changing voltages and to provide this information to the engine’s control computer. The engine's air/fuel mixture is then continually adjusted to ensure optimum engine performance and emission control.

Typical Symptoms of Failure

- Excessive fuel consumption
- High emissions, failing an MOT emissions test
- The Engine Management System records a Diagnostic Trouble Code ('Check Engine' Light may illuminate)
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