Sensor Maintenance

Theoretically recommended change interval is 250k km’s but real replacement interval is earlier.

Sensors working at the T3 position break down earlier due to vibrations, in particular on downs zed engines.

If the sensor’s environment gets too hot, the sensor can break down in the case of a clogged catalyst or DPF (Diesel Particle Filter), for example.

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