So, using that "new math", another way of saying that two things are the
exact same price is to say that one is 1x cheaper than the other.
Sounds like an additional way for politicians to fool the public with
statistics has been invented. The "1x cheaper" expression appears (to
the ignorant public) to be saying that one way is cheaper, when what is
really being said is it's the same price - politicians could find this
to be a very handy tool. :)
(To reply by e-mail, replace the last letter of the alphabet in my
address with the letter 'x')
It's not nice to cross post:)
The computer/O2 sensor relationship is more of an on-off thing. 0 volts from
the O2 sensor is lean, 1 volt would be rich. If the computer sees 0 volts it
will richen up the mixture, if the O2 sensor still says 0 when the computer
is at full rich it sets the check engine lamp and says it's too lean. When
working properly the voltage at the O2 sensor will swing from rich to lean
and back to rich.
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