Join Date: Mar 2006
Location: Carson City, NV
All true. However as you stated it could be the harness, the connector or calibrating the new sensor he installed. Or it could be the throttle slide is not responding and the system is reporting that. I hate just reacting to a code and replacing parts as you seem to agree with. As with any ECM code it is reporting a problem with that system. It could be anywhere in the system. I am just saying to check the easy stuff first before replacing parts. You get a check engine light come on in your car. You take it to Autozone and they read the code for free. The code says it is the O2 Sensor. Autozone sells you a new Sensor. You replace it and the code is still there. It could be the wire harness, a dirty connector, a burnt wire or it could be the fuel injection system is dirty and running rich. Just saying my opinion with some knowledge.
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