All cars have an installed oxygen sensor. The oxygen sensors allow the car to run efficiently and produce low emissions. The car’s performance will be enhanced with oxygen sensors. Let’s read more about how to trick an o2 sensor.
The o2 detector is a chemical-generating component and the only part of the engine that creates its voltage. Only the vehicle engine can heat the o2 detector to 316°C. The new car models come with heating devices that heat up quickly, so the oxygen sensor is always working fast. Once this temperature has been reached the oxygen molecules pass through ceramic to create an electrical charge. It is important that the oxygen in exhaust manifold is higher than the air outside. This allows for a higher amount of electricity to be generated by allowing more oxygen ions through the sensor.
This electric charge is accumulated by platinum electrodes. It is then sent through the wires into the computer of your car. The strength of the charged helps the computer determine if there is an excess of fuel or too little. A ratio of 14.7 to 1 is the best. If the air level is lower than the recommended ratio, it will result in extra fuel that would remain after the combustion process. This is known to be a “rich combination”. This is bad because the unburned fossil fuels cause pollution. The “lean mix” is when there is more oxygen than is recommended. This is dangerous as lean combinations can lead to nitrogen oxide pollution, decrease engine performance, and even cause engine damage. This is why the oxygen sensor was placed in the exhaust pipe. It can detect rich or low-quality mixtures. The sensor triggers a chemical reaction and produces a voltage. The mixture is then determined and the fuel intake adjusted accordingly.