That is absolutely phenomenal news, Hot 540. I am glad to hear you went to a specialist that seems to have rectified your issues. Check engine lights on all cars are kind of a crap-shoot without true diagnostic data and pinpoint testing, yours is a true case of exactly that. Without any data, I would have shot at the fuel system first, here is turns out the MAF sensor was likely sending out errant readings, causing the computer to modify the fuel trim for the errant readings.
Though we couldn't help directly, I am glad that we were at least able to indirectly help :).
Monday, March 19th, 2012 AT 3:14 AM