Mustang Oxygen Sensor
If you have a check engine light on in your 1987-1993 Mustang, one of the most common causes are faulty oxygen sensors. Oxygen sensors are a key element in Mustang air fuel ratio monitoring. These sensors are located in the mid-pipe and are designed to monitor exhaust gases.
When oxygen sensors go bad, the oxygen sensors can cause faulty readings. These faulty readings can cause poor drive-ability, poor gas mileage and check engine lights to illuminate. Replacing these oxygen sensors will help to get all parameters back within specifications improving engine performance. Replace those faulty oxygen sensors with Ford original Motorcraft oxygen sensors today!
Motorcraft® oxygen sensors are designed for maximum performance and are the same components used from the factory. These replacement O2 sensors come ready to “plug and play,” with no need for modifications. They feature OE connectors and have the correct wire lengths to fit on your exhaust mid-pipe. Motocraft O2 sensors feature tight calibration tolerance ranges which help minimize repeat repairs and false “Check Engine” warnings. Replacing your faulty sensors will help provide optimal performance and fuel economy!
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