Thursday, June 21, 2018

SAVE FUEL NOW! Use Hondash to analyze oxygen sensor performance and avoid high fuel consumption

Following video demonstrates how you can use Hondash as a tool to analyze your oxygen (lambda) sensor performance and determine if it's working correctly.
Please notice, the sensor can be faulty even if your check engine light is not on!
Faulty oxygen sensor is the primary cause of abnormally high fuel consumption and bad emission levels.

5 comments:

  1. This is very helpful. I hope to see more of this tips and analysis using other sensors like AICV, MAP ,etc.. Well done.

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  2. Does this work with wide lm2 wideband?

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  3. This genuinely helped me out.
    apparently i had a faulty sensor, not getting any lights just once a a coincidental while i had these bog downs feeling like my engine flooded with gasoline.
    All fixed now, not a consumption withdraw that i had but no more strange bogs!

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