How long does a NOx sensor last?
between 50,000 and 60,000 miles
What is a BMW NOx sensor?
The sensor, mounted on the exhaust system before the catalytic converter, measures the level of nitrogen oxide (i.e. NOx) to feedback data to the engine’s computer so adjustments to valve timing and fuel mixture can be made.
Is a NOx sensor the same as a lambda sensor?
The Lambda Sensor is located on the exhaust, such as the NOx Sensor, and determines the temperature of the exhausted gas and the amount of unburned fuel and reports it to the ECU.
What is a no sensor?
A nitrogen oxide sensor or NO. x sensor is typically a high-temperature device built to detect nitrogen oxides in combustion environments such as an automobile, truck tailpipe or smokestack.
How do I reset my Mercedes AdBlue warning?
Mercedes Adblue Reset
- Turn ignition on once.
- Press and hold the gas pedal. Keep the gas pedal pressed until the glow plug comes back on.
- Wait for the glow plug light to stop blinking. Then turn off the ignition.
- Wait 10 seconds with the ignition off.
- Turn the ignition back on.
- Press the gas pedal two times.
How do I remove AdBlue warning?
There’s no manual way of resetting your AdBlue warning light – the only thing you can do is top up. Once you’ve refilled to the minimum level, the warning light will disappear.
Can I use any AdBlue for Mercedes?
It seems to me that anything legitimately called AdBlue would be compatible with any Merc that requires AdBlue – if it has the AdBlue trademark it complies with the ISO 22241 quality standard – regardless of whether you pick it up at a filling station or the Mercedes-Benz dealership.
What happens when you run out of AdBlue?
What happens if your car runs out of AdBlue? If you run out of AdBlue while you’re driving, then the engine’s power and performance will be reduced to ‘limp home’ mode to limit its emissions and once the engine has stopped, it won’t re-start until the AdBlue tank is refilled.