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Car sensors and their functions may seem complicated, but they’re a simple way to make sure essential systems in your vehicle are operating smoothly.
The electronic control module is an onboard computer responsible for keeping your engine running at its best and alerting you when something is wrong.
Car technology continues to evolve. We’re nearing a time when new cars may even be able to conduct a health check on drivers.
Oxygen sensors alert your vehicle to provide more or less fuel for combustion. A bad oxygen sensor gives false information, causing all sorts of mischief.