Having problems with your 2004 Dodge Stratus ?

O2 element where is the o2 element located? I need to adjust the voltage output to the computer. It is making my fuel to rich. Thank you A. K. Powell [email protected]

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 15-07-2019

Answers :

Adjusting the voltage isn't the way to go. If the car is running rich, your primary O2 sensor has gone bad and it needs to be replaced. If you artificially lean the mixture out, and then the sensor fails drastically, you may end up with a lean situation that will damage the motor. Spend the $50 or so and get a new sensor. The one you want to change is the one between the engine and the catalytic converter - that's the one that determines your fuel mixture. The one after the cat only is used as a comparator for catalytic converter efficiency.
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