I was taught a long time ago not to fix things that aren't broken. With that thought in mind, if there are no codes and it is running properly, I would leave it alone. If you start changing things, it may cause other issues. If the problem returns, then consider a replacement.
The idea that there was a problem right after work was done is a concern. However, as long as you have it documented, you can go back within a reasonable amount of time.
Do me a favor. Let me know what diagnostic trouble codes were found so I can look at them and determine what may have been the specific cause.
I will watch for your reply.
Tuesday, April 19th, 2022 AT 6:30 PM