I've got a serious problem, accidentally disrupted lambda sensor, the sensor with 3 wires before the catalyst cistern...
anyone can tell me what problems will disrupted sensor cause?!
The Fiat Tipo doesn't have a lambda sensor.
Did your Tempra have a "catalyst cistern" as well?I suspect the last of the production may have, as my 1994 tempra did ; - ).
I've replaced faulty lambda sensors on 4 different vehicle makes in the last three years,with ZERO signal from the Lambda probe, the vehicle SHOULD go into " limp-home"
resulting in ;
lack of power / performance
My faithful and totally rust free 91 - 1.4 Tipo has electronic ignition............ y hasta.
Thanks, that's news to me and Haynes Workshop Manual, where no lambda sensor is mentioned.My Tipo 1.4ie DGT '1989 and my Tipo 1.4ie SX from 1995 both have a lambda sensor....Maybe the carburettor versions does not have it...?
the lambda probe / AKA oxygen sensor,
is a vital part of a FUEL INJECTION system( measuring the stoichiometric mix = "Lambda)"