Well, I thought I replaced all the sensors, but I was wrong. After going to HMASERVICE. COM I found that the input sensor is by the air filter box. Not by the front right wheel.I have overlooked this (input) sensor. So I went to the wreck yard to see if I could find another, just to see if it would make a difference. I found most of the cars already missing this sensor. Finally I found one. The car was totaled from a head on crash, so I assumed it was running when it got hit. I went home and put the new sensor in, still got an engine light. I drove to Auto zone (3 miles), with no problem. I was going to have them do a code scan. I thought maybe that would clear the codes. When I got there I shut off the engine. Then I decided to to see if the code was still there, by starting it back up. The engine light didn't come back on. I decided I needed to put more miles on it to see if this was really the correct fix. So far 75 miles and no symptoms.
I have tried to do this in simple terms, so that it could usefull to everyone.
Saturday, October 17th, 2009 AT 2:20 PM