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Goss Oxygen Sensor - Balanced air/fuel ratios for maximum performance and efficiency

The job of an oxygen sensor (also referred to as a lambda sensor) is to continually measure the oxygen content in the exhaust gases of your engine. Also referred to as an 02 sensor, it ensures the correct air/fuel ratio for your engine, allowing it to run happily and efficiently.

With 75 years in the industry, few names are as iconic as GOSS when it comes to Australian automotive aftermarket parts suppliers. Sourced from OEM suppliers, GOSS switches and sensors all fit just like the original product and perform to the same or higher level than the switches and sensors fitted to your car when it rolled off the factory floor. With a proud history of supplying quality automotive products, GOSS have been in the industry for over 75 years with constant research, refinement and innovation. Just some of the switches and sensors that GOSS offer includes:

  • Coolant temperature sensors
  • Crankshaft sensors
  • Camshaft sensors
  • Exhaust gas temperature sensors
  • Knock sensors
  • Oil pressure sensors
  • Pedal position sensors

Gone are the days of carburettors and points ignition, when it comes to running modern cars pretty much everything is electronically calculated, adjusted, transmitted and actuated by your ECU (Engine Control Unit) or ECM (Engine Control Module). Whilst the ECU is able to do all the clever calculations and literally operate your car, it relies on a myriad of switches and sensors to transmit all of the necessary information it requires in order to allow the ECU to do its job including oil pressure, fuel pressure, coolant temperature, A/C pressure, power steering pressure and even fuel temperature. Behaving as your car's nervous system, faults in automotive switches or sensors can cause issues such as a lack of power, poor efficiency, overheating, internal engine damage or a car that won't run, start or idle at all. Whilst your switches and sensors will take care of engine vitals such as oil pressure indication, coolant temperature and oil temperature, various switches and sensors also allow the operation of some of the extra features you wouldn't want to be without including air conditioning systems, electric windows and even interior lights.

Subjected to harsh under-bonnet conditions and tough road use, just like other components of your car, old switches and sensors can fail over time and give incorrect data or no data at all to the ECU. Often these issues will flag up a check engine light on the car which is handy if you have a code reader, however sometimes the issue will remain a mystery. We recommend testing your suspect sensors with a multi-meter to track down the issue. By testing for continuity, voltage and resistance, you can confirm the issue and get stuck into fitting a replacement sensor. By fitting quality replacement switches and sensors to your car, you can drive with the confidence that your car will run to its maximum potential in terms of power, efficiency and longevity and that all of your car's features will continue to operate correctly for time to come. If you're replacing a sensor or switch, shop our whole range on the Repco website or visit your nearest Repco store and speak with one of our team.

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Number of Wires
3
Cable Length
885mm

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