Fitting a new oxygen sensor to optimise engine management is often the simplest step to breathing new life into tired engines. The benefits are immediate and measurable:-
IMPROVED ENGINE EFFICIENCY
Now’s the time to turn to the world’s No.1 in engine sensors. NTK.
To ensure the reduction of harmful emissions produced by the internal combustion engine, the lambda or oxygen sensor has become an important piece of technology. As the leading supplier of oxygen sensors both for OEMs and the Aftermarket, NGK is continually improving its oxygen sensors to make engines cleaner and more efficient.
Fit, click and start: 986 part numbers from OE to IAM
76% coverage of European vehicles in operation (source: TecDoc)
Most complete set of regulating and diagnostic sensors in the market
6 universal part numbers covering 58 million cars
Which means increased coverage and reduced inventory.
By standardising our lead lengths we can deliver increased coverage of the car parc while reducing the need for large inventories as 136 sensor types will be reduced to 37. Plus there will be price reductions too across most part numbers. More than ever stocking the world’s no.1 lambda sensor makes better business sense.
In the workshop technicians will notice two changes. First we’re introducing new packaging so the revised range will be obvious. Second they will find with some part numbers the lead length may be longer than the part they're replacing. In those instances we're including cable ties in case they are needed, as well as a technical installation sheet detailing how to tie up any excess cable.
PLEASE NOTE - though the lead might be longer than expected, it will be the correct replacement for the part ordered.