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Check engine light is on

Mechanic said it was the oxygen sensor ? or something like that. What is that? What does it do ? How much does it cost to replace?

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Typically most vehicles will have to oxygen sensors. The job of the oxygen sensor is to measure the oxygen going into the intake and measure the oxygen from the exhaust. This will tell the computer how well or bad the vehicle is burning your fuel and hence adjust fuel level and other components to keep your vehicle running well. If the computer gave an faulty oxygen sensor, it may be clogged and need replacing. Typically oxygen senors are inexpensive, but due to the location of some of them, troublesome to replace. There is also a special tool you will need, looks like a socket, if you are going to be working in a tight spot. Hope this help you out.

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Put a piece of black tape over the light and forget it

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