Automotive Emission Control Parts
Emission control systems are essential for reducing the amount of harmful pollutants that are released into the atmosphere when your vehicle is driven. These systems rely on a variety of sensors and valves to monitor and control the engine's combustion process.
The positive crankcase ventilation (PCV) valve helps to reduce emissions by routing blow-by gases back into the intake manifold. These gases are then burned in the engine, which helps to improve fuel efficiency and reduce emissions.
Mass Air Flow Sensor
The mass air flow (MAF) sensor measures the amount of air that is entering the engine. This information is used by the engine computer to calculate the correct amount of fuel to inject. A defective MAF sensor can lead to increased fuel consumption and emissions.
The oxygen sensor measures the amount of oxygen in the exhaust gases. This information is used by the engine computer to adjust the air-fuel ratio for optimal combustion. A defective oxygen sensor can lead to increased emissions and reduced fuel efficiency.