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Getting the most out of your car or truck depends on the quality and performance of the parts you use. The fuel-injection system on your Dodge Viper is runs on signals sent by your ECU which relies on input from the oxygen sensors. Your Dodge Viper oxygen sensors use the particulates in the exhaust gas to determine if the fuel is too rich, too lean, or if the catalytic converter isn't working. When oxygen sensors fail your car will not get the best fuel economy or produce enough horsepower, and it will likely be emitting an excess of hazardous exhaust.
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