Question about Cars & Trucks
Test the oxygen sensors with a multimeter ,check for a 12v supply with teh plug disconnected then test for continuety across the wires the same colour ,normally white ,then reconnect the plug and with engine running and two pins in the other wire test for voltage as engine is running ,the voltage should vary as the engine is revved up
Posted on Dec 11, 2014
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