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Honda Oxygen Sensor quick tests (bias voltage)

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Uploaded on Jun 9, 2011

Use this test to quickly and accurately check the O2 sensor signal wire for an open or short to ground or verify a shorted O2 sensor. A manufacturer flow chart will have you disconnect the O2, disconnect the engine computer (ECU, ECM, PCM) and then measure the signal wire for opens and shorts with an ohmmeter. Using the "bias voltage" test I am showing in this video, you can perform the same tests in a fraction of the time.
"Bias voltage" on a circuit can be difficult to understand from an engineering standpoint but it is super easy to use when you know it is there.

Tools used:
- labscope
- digital multimeter
- backprobing pin

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- O2 sensor circuit testing (a ScannerDanner Premium video)
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