The oxygen sensor, which is mounted to the exhaust manifold, will monitor how much unburned oxygen is in the exhaust when it leaves the engine. The reason the sensor is important is that it provides information on the fuel mixture to the computer in the vehicle. Your engine relies on proper air and fuel mixture to be as efficient as possible. If you have a bad oxygen sensor on your Mitsubishi, it can cause your vehicle to run less efficiently. You might notice that there is a poor idle, for example. You may also notice that it is difficult to start your car. The check engine light could come on and your car may end up burning more fuel than it should be. Most vehicles will have four oxygen sensors, but the actual number can vary based on the make and model. If you find that you are having issues with the oxygen sensors in your Mitsubishi, it is important to have them taken care of as soon as possible, so your vehicle will be more efficient. Always be sure to buy OEM oxygen sensors to ensure their quality, and buy only those that are compatible with your vehicle. We have a range of options below for oxygen sensors. Find yours today.
No results found for "oxygen sensors". Here are some helpful search tips:
- Search by a part name. Example: water pump.
- Be less specific. Example: brake instead of ceramic brake.
- Remove information such as make, year or model.
- Can't find the part you are looking for? Contact us and we'll find it for you!