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How Vehicle Speed Sensors Improve Performance

Vehicle speed sensors (VSS) are used in late model vehicles to monitors vehicle speed. 

Throttle Position Sensor: Essential for Smooth Driving

The Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) monitors the position of the throttle as it opens and closes, as well as the rate at which the throttle is openi...

Optimize Your Engine with Quality Oxygen (O2) Sensors

The oxygen (O2) sensor is the principal sensor in the fuel mixture feedback control loop.

Understanding Manifold Absolute Pressure (MAP) Sensors

The manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensor is essentially an electronic version of the vacuum advance diaphragm used in mechanical distributors.

Boost Engine Performance with MAF Sensor Insights

The Mass Air Flow (MAF) sensor monitors the volume of air (airflow and air density) entering the engine. 

Essential Guide to Knock Sensors for Your Vehicle

The Knock Sensor is an auxiliary sensor that is part of the electronic spark control circuit.

Unlock Better Engine Performance with EVP Sensors

The EGR Valve Position (EVP) Sensor is used on most Ford vehicles equipped with EEC-IV Electronic Engine Control systems to monitor the position of...

Understanding Crankshaft and Camshaft Position Sensors

Elimination of the distributor in modern vehicles created the need for an alternate means of monitoring engine RPM and crank position, determining ...

Maximize Vehicle Performance with Coolant Temperature Sensors

The coolant temperature sensor  monitors engine coolant temperature. 

Understanding Baro Sensors: Key Insights

The barometric pressure (BARO) sensor monitors changes in atmospheric pressure (air density) associated with changes in elevation or ambient weathe...

Optimize Systems with Air Temperature Sensors

On certain vehicles, the air temperature sensor monitors the temperature of the air entering the engine during warm-up (while the engine is cold). 

Essential Guide to Spark Plug Wires: Maximizing Performance

Spark Plug Wires, also called “ignition wires” or “high tension leads,” are used in vehicles with gasoline powered internal combustion engines to c...