It's only when your Mustang is "breathing" properly and getting just the right amount of oxygen that you can get the powerful performance and quality driving out of it that you want and expect. If your 2010-2014 Mustang's O2 Sensor quits working or starts returning incorrect measurements due to wear, tear, and malfunction, then you're likely to see your 'Stang's performance degrade.
Choosing a high quality O2 sensor replacement is the best way to get your Pony's engine purring with the right level of power again, improve its fuel economy to the levels that you expect, and ensure that it passes its emissions tests with the flying colors you'd expect from such a superior muscle car. Just like an athlete can't do their best if they can't catch their breath, so you Mustang will be unable to find that optimal oxygen level without a precisely functioning O2 sensor.
Good modern O2 sensors for 2010-2014 Mustangs are engineered to be even higher quality than the stock sensors added at the Ford factory. That means they use premium materials and extra layers of protection to keep them functional at peak effectiveness for even longer, on average, than the sensor inserted on the assembly line.
Plug and play waterproof connectors, for example, ensure that these sensors are a snap to install and continue performing correctly even if some moisture gets into the engine compartment. You can also find some parts for exhaust system mods, such as a weld-in O2 sensor bung and plug.
- 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 Mustangs
- V6, GT, Shelby GT500, Boss 302, California Special Mustangs
*Please see product pages for any exceptions.