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An Interview With Henry Hippert Of Eastern Catalytic
2/24/2014
Counterman recently asked Henry Hippert, executive sales director of Eastern Catalytic, to bring readers up to speed on rules and regulations regarding catalytic converters. more
Oxygen Sensors Make Emissions Control Possible
4/4/2013
Many technicians prefer to install "exact fit" replacement sensors because they are faster and easier to install and save the time and trouble of having to cut and slice the sensor harness wiring. more
A Look At O2 Sensors
9/10/2012
Oxygen sensors have been used for more than a quarter of a century, dating back to 1980 when the first computerized engine control systems appeared. The oxygen (O2) sensor is part of the fuel management system. It monitors unburned oxygen in the exhaust.... more
Oxygen Sensors Are Part Of Engine Management
4/4/2013
Most O2 sensors are the switching type that generate a rich or lean voltage signal depending on how much unburned oxygen is in the exhaust. A few, like the "titania" O2 sensors in some older Jeep, Nissan and Toyota applications change resistance to indicate a rich or lean condition in the exhaust. more
Catalytic Converters Are Big-Ticket Items
2/22/2013
Original equipment converters are supposed to last upward of 150,000 miles or more, but may fail sooner for a number of reasons. more














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