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Where are the O2 sensors on the Wizard, how many are there and can they be cleaned?

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Should have 2 oxygen sensors, 1 sensor location oxygen sensor location exhaust collector where more than one pipe joins together,look at outlet of the catalytic converter, 2 sensor location left or right banks of a v type engine,another location inlet and outlet of the catalytic converter.

Posted on Apr 02, 2011

  • chindiko Apr 04, 2011

    Can the vehicle run with these sensors disabled?

  • Jonah Oneal Apr 05, 2011

    nope cant disable oxygen sensor they control air and fuel ratio. engine wont work right due to engine start up while engine is in open loop rich mode.when engine get operating temperature the oxygen sensor will allow engine fuel system go into closed loop which is lean fuel mixture. you cant disable oxygen sensor with out it.your egr valve wont work right and transmission torque converter wont work right and you will fail state inspection, because engine will stay in rich mode.

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They are not cleaned ,only replaced at 100,00 miles
or when they fail to work correctly

If you have single exhaust you have 2
Dual exhaust 2 or 4

Posted on Apr 02, 2011

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