Oxygen Sensors in Sioux Falls

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Oxygen Sensor Part

Here at Vern Eide Motorcars, we treat our customers the way we would want to be treated. That’s what we call the EIDE Effect. And it’s the reason we’ve made it so easy for you to purchase the best OEM and high-quality aftermarket parts designed specifically for your vehicle’s exact make and model.


Whatever parts you need, Vern Eide will have you covered, regardless of the type of car, truck, van, or SUV you own. We offer full services and vast parts inventories for Acura, Honda, Mitsubishi, and all other make and model vehicles.


To purchase parts from Vern Eide, you can submit a parts request form online or shop in person at a Vern Eide Motorcars near you. For your convenience, we have multiple locations in the area. We regularly service drivers from Sioux Falls, Brookings, Madison, Luvern, Rock Rapids, Lennox, and the surrounding areas.


So if you’re in the market for a replacement oxygen sensor, Vern Eide is the place to go!


Oxygen sensors, also known as lambda sensors, measure the amount of oxygen in your vehicle’s fuel/oxygen mixture. Consequently, these sensors need to be working properly for your vehicle to maintain a balanced mixture and continue operating at full capacity.


Your check engine light should come on when your vehicle is in need of a new oxygen sensor. However, there are other signs you can keep an eye out for.


4 Signs Your Oxygen Sensor May Be Bad  

  1. Sudden Decrease in Fuel Mileage – A defective O2 sensor will likely cause your air-fuel mixture to be too rich. This will directly affect your fuel economy.
  2. Failure to Pass Smog – According to the EPA and CARP, 50-60% of all smog test/emission test related failures are attributed to defective oxygen sensors. Your vehicle will display either low or high CO emissions.
  3. Poor Vehicle Performance – You will experience rough idling, stalling, hesitation on acceleration, or other vehicle performance issues.
  4. OBDII Code Checker – This is the most accurate way to diagnose if you need a new oxygen sensor. An OBDII Code Checker identifies defects in the exhaust system of your car, truck, or SUV. If your oxygen sensor has failed, the code checker will generate a diagnostic trouble code that specifically indicates your oxygen sensor is bad.


If you need a new oxygen sensor, shop with Vern Eide Motorcars. If you need assistance with installation, our service team is at your disposal. Trust Vern Eide with all your oxygen sensor and part replacement needs!

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