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Q:will this part turn my vehicle off and not let it run ???
A:A malfunctioning oxygen sensor can negatively impact an engine's performance in a variety of ways, as it plays an important role in the maintenance of proper air and fuel levels in a running engine. Faulty oxygen sensor function can create several abnormal engine symptoms such as: POOR GAS MILEAGE: As oxygen sensors play a huge role in adjusting a vehicle engine's air/fuel ratio, the combination of gas and air an engine burns to produce power. A faulty oxygen sensor may allow too much fuel to be added to the air/fuel ratio, resulting in poor gas mileage. , INCREASED VEHICLE EMISSIONS: Oxygen sensors monitor and adjust an engine's air/fuel mixture to ensure proper engine combustion, vehicle emissions and performance. A bad oxygen sensor can result in poor air/fuel mixtures or lean or rich fuel-injection delivery, all of which can cause improper or inefficient engine combustion and increased vehicle emissions., ROUGH ENGINE IDLE: A faulty oxygen sensor can cause a car's engine to idle in a rough manner. This is caused by the less-than-optimum engine combustion firings that result in poor engine performance., ENGINE MISSING: If a faulty oxygen sensor causes an engine's air/fuel mixture to become too lean or restricted, the explosions within an engine's cylinders will be altered. This will cause an engine to miss, or misfire, especially when an engine is idling., ENGINE HESITATION: It is similar to engine missing. However, engine hesitation is experienced only during acceleration, while an engine miss can be experienced both during engine acceleration and idle. A faulty oxygen sensor may misread or misinterpret an engine's air/fuel mixture or air/fuel requirements and cause too little or too much air and/or fuel to enter an engine's cylinders, especially during acceleration. This can cause an engine to hesitate, or stumble.
Q:What is TLEV, how can I find out if my van has this?
A:TLEV stands for Transitional Low-Emission Vehicle. The least stringent emissions standard in California. The California Air Resources Board (CARB) developed a set of ever-tightening emissions levels for vehicles. California phased-out TLEVs in 2004. Check the Emissions Label or Stickers that the Auto Manufacturers have put on vehicles. These are emission standards that are required of or the standard that the vehicle has been calibrated and built to.