About Nissan Oxygen Sensor
One of the heat-resistant components working on your Nissan is your oxygen sensor, and every one of them is engineered to withstand very high temperatures for many years. Also called an O2 sensor, they essentially measure the amount of oxygen found mixed in your exhaust stream, so your ECU can adjust the fuel levels delivered so your Nissan can run at maximum efficiency. As the sensor takes its measurement, it also delivers that info to the computer so it can relay the right changes it needs to make.
The actual location for every unit varies slightly, but at least one oxygen sensor will be installed near your exhaust manifold assembly. Replacing the O2 sensor can be completed the easiest with a specialized socket tool that was made specifically for this job, and it allows the sensor's electrical wires to pass through it, so the sensor can be effectively and safely loosened. So as long as you have that on your side, even the newest DIY technician can get it done with ease. Specific electrical tests can be performed with a voltmeter or another specialized Nissan tool that can determine whether or not your oxygen sensor is within its correct operating ranges.
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