The service engine light in my 2001 Chevy Venture keeps coming on, my husband and I had both the oxygen sensors replaced, we replaced the cadylic converter, did 2 oil changes, had the air filters changed, and also did an engine intake service, etc. The car isn't overheating or anything, so we couldn't figure out why the service engine light was still coming on. We then found out that our air injection system was malfunctioning, but we have to pay for a diagnostic, so I am wondering is it possible for my husband to find out what is causing the air injection malfunction, or do we have to dish out more money for a diagnosis. We really hope this can be a diy job as we have already spent a lot of money on this car.
have the same problem?
Saturday, May 8th, 2010 AT 9:48 PM