You are right. Some times the regular mechanic can t figure it out on a computer related issue.
But. This time you know for sure what its the problem (Oxigen Sensor)
and its up to you where to go.
Replace a Oxigen sensor its not that complex.
The big problem its to know for a fact which sensor its the problem. Also sometimes the vehicle has two O2 sensors before and after catalityc converter.
And get the correct replacement.
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The price for a aftermarket O2 Sensor its about 120.00 dollars and original not much than 250.00 and I m going high!
Figure 200 for replace it?
Way to expensive!
Wednesday, September 19th, 2007 AT 1:37 PM