Bosch offers OE SmartLink sensor system

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Bosch offers OE SmartLink sensor system

The Bosch Group advises motorists to check and or replace a “lazy”oxygen sensor with every tune-up to improve vehicle performance, reduce harmful exhaust emissions, save on fuel cost and prevent premature failure of the catalytic converter.

The Bosch portfolio of oxygen sensors includes the latest wideband, planar and heated and unheated switching sensors. It also includes the recently introduced complete OE SmartLink sensor system, which allows 14 OEM-specific, heated oxygen sensors to cover up to 96.2% of all OE domestic and import vehicle applications by simply installing the sensor on the existing wire harness. 

A 24-inch extra-length wire harness allows for replacement of any worn wire from the existing harness.

The OE SmartLink system features a waterproof connector body; special high-temperature Posi-Lock connectors; resistance to vibration, thermal exposure and thermal shock. 

The OE SmartLink system installation kit contains all necessary components to do the job right. 


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