Thank you. Your answer is greatly appreciated. The car has not been in a flood. It just did not pass the emissions part of the yearly inspection, and I have to fix it to renew my registration. It is a Texas thing. I wont be doing any of this work myself. I just cannot pay for everything to be done at once, so I have to plan how to approach it all with the mechanics.
Anyway, if I am reading your answer right, I should start by having the PCM looked at and possibly replaced. If it isn't the PCM, then check the camshaft sensor and wires, then check the spark plugs and wires. The O2 sensor or evaporator problem. Is a separate issue and maybe can wait until the other things are resolved? If I have misunderstood, please let me know. Thanks again!
Friday, June 3rd, 2016 AT 8:50 PM