O2 / Oxygen Sensor Replacement 03-93599499 IN MELBOURNE
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We are Located in 1/31 Onslow Ave. Campbellfield Near Gowrie Railway Station –(Glenroy ) & Keon Station Thomastown.
Usually, most cars today use a pair of O2 (oxygen) sensors to measure the car’s emissions. By placing one sensor near the engine (the upstream sensor) and one near the back of the car, after the catalytic converter (downstream), the car’s computer can determine how much emissions are being produced, and how much are being filtered before getting in to the air. If you’re looking for a replacement O2 sensor in Melbourne, come by At Alfa Romeo Donnnini Melbourne in Campbellfield, and we can have your problem repaired the right way.
A broken or bad O2 sensor can increase your emissions and adversely affect MPG, which costs money.
Oxygen sensors may go bad during the life of your car, and is actually one of the more common reasons you’ll have a check engine light or emissions warning light come on. When you have an issue with your emissions system, it can begin to affect other things in your car. Most noticeably, it’s going to drop your gas mileage. That means heading to the pump more often, and that means you’re burning money, so getting a bad O2 sensor replaced right away can actually save you money.
While a check engine light is usually the most unavoidable sign of an issue, there are some symptoms that will arise first that may key you in to whether or not your have a problem with your emissions or oxygen sensors. Of course, there’s loss of MPG, but if that’s paired with any sort of rough idle, or engine misfires, it could be a sign that you need to replace your O2 sensors. There’s no reason to put off necessary repairs, so stop by our shop in 1/31 Onslow Ave Campbellfield for oxygen sensor replacement done.
You can come to us with nearly any repair that you can think of, and we’ll be able to get help get your car working like new again, so if you have any questions, feel free to call or stop by to talk with Frank Donnini.