Sensor-ble option for Bosch

Diesel lambda sensors

Published:  19 November, 2010

rong>Bosch claims to have the right lambda sensor for virtually every vehicle, with around 85% market coverage in Europe and the range has now been expanded to include sensors for diesel engines.

Lambda Sensors are now installed in virtually every passenger car with a petrol engine and also in diesel models using emission standard EU4 or higher, as increasingly stringent emission limits are imposed. Thanks to its control function, the spread of emissions is reduced and emissions of diesel soot on acceleration are elimina

/>In modern vehicles, the functionality of the lambda sensors is checked as part of the on-board diagnosis (OBD). This allows the workshop to identify and replace faulty sens

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