If your 1996-1998 Mustang's check engine light is on, it may be time to replace your oxygen sensors. This O2 sensor is a direct replacement for your front sensors on your 96-98 SN-95 midpipe. These O-2 sensors relay oxygen readings back to your PCM to adjust air to fuel ratio for optimal performance. When they go out, they commonly throw a CEL, also known as a MIL, and can cause your Mustang to run lean or rich, decreasing fuel mileage and robbing you of horsepower.
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