The engine light is on and the dealer said I need to replace a read O2 Sensor.
have the same problem?
Tuesday, January 3rd, 2012 AT 4:18 AM
WHAT WAS THE CODE NUMBER?
DID YOU KNOW THAT MOST POPULAR AUTO PARTS STORES WILL CHECK YOUR CODES FOR FREE?
LOOKIN' FOR A CHEAPER ROUTE, OTHER THAN THE STEALERSHIP TO PERFORM THE TASK?
Tuesday, January 3rd, 2012 AT 4:35 AM
WOW, Thanks for that answer. I did not know that they certainly stole 150 bucks from me. So what should the replacement labor cost for a rear O2 Censor be. They did not tell me the Code number, I will ask them tomorrow. This is an infiniti Q45- 1999 Model year.
Tuesday, January 3rd, 2012 AT 6:00 AM
STILL GOT THE LIGHT ON?
TRY THE AUTO PARTS STORE FOR YOUR CODE
EXPLORE YOUR NEW FOUND KNOWLEDGE!
ASK THE MATURE LOOKING, BEEN AROUND A WHILE FELLER AT THE PARTS STORE (LIKE THE MANAGER) WHO MIGHT PERFORM THE TASK INEXPENSIVELY?
MIGHT BE THAT ONE OF THE EMPLOYEES CAN DO IT
ANOTHER SOURCE TO PERFORM WORK OR COLLECT INFO IS "THEM FELLERS" AT THE SMALL "MA AND POP" SELF SERVICE AUTO SALVAGE YARD---SOMETIMES THEY PERFORM REPAIR TASKS---THE OWNER WOULD MOST CERTAINLY KNOW A "DEPENDABLE SMALL TIME LITTLE SHOP" WHO DOES GOOD WORK AT REASONABLE RATES......HE WOULD MOST LIKELY ALSO KNOW WHO YOU NEED TO STAY AWAY FROM!
THE ACTUAL "TASK" THAT "YOU PRESENT NOW", THAT NEEDS TO BE DONE IS:
OBTAIN ONE OF THESE (AFTER YOUR "KNIGHT" TELLS YOU WHAT TO GET)