I'm a Radge Donator
aye sensors galore these days , cars are like computers.....great when theyre working . I've got a diagnostics reader theyre pretty handy as it gives you a starting point . I had a nox sensor fuck up just after i bought my car , the dealer i bought it from replaced it but it had to go into Mercedes to have the diagnostics bit cleared correctlyNo idea, I'm clueless with cars.
I had the problem with a Diesel Ford, randomly cutting out, and ended up getting towed home.
No engine management lights, no warning. When Ford plugged the diagnostic in, they got an error code that something was faulty - wish I could remember what it was - but it turned out it was just the sensor that was faulty.