When was the last tune-up on your vehicle?
A bad dist. Cap causes that problem. Plug EGR causes that problem. Bad wire causes that problem. Cloged gas filter causes that problem.
A good tune-up saves gas and extends your engine life.
Sooner or later you have to do it anyway.
Its your option.
had the O2 sensor changed a few weeks ago. Since then, have been having the problem. Related? Could the heating element in the O2 sensor be bad?[/Quote:feb108d973]
But the ECM should detect any problem with it and light the "check engine"
try unpluging the O2 and "see" if the ECM detect it.
Its that an aftermarket O2 sensor?[/Quote:feb108d973]
Had them put in a Denso, not a Bosch. Doesn't the tech "clear" the computer after the repair? Could be why I am not getting a light, or should a new light come on?
Saturday, October 20th, 2007 AT 10:43 PM