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Service engine light came on in 1999 Saturn SL2. Had oxygen sensor replaced already. Could it be bad gas or what else?
I took my car into the dealership to get the "check engine" light figured out. I was told I would need to replace the catalytic converter. I was suggested to take it to another place where it would be cheaper to replace. I took it to Midas and was told the problem was not the catalytic converter but the oxygen sensors. Who should I trust?
where is the temp sensor located on a 1992 Saturn?
I have a 2005 sebbring convertible touring my brake light has been coming on on occasion when I make a right hand turn only. No grabbing to the right when braking nor any difference noticed while braking. Could it be just a sensor or something else.
I have a question and hope you can help... I own a 95 Dodge Stratus that won't start. It will try, i can tell it's not the battery(lights come on). My only thought was maybe the fuel injection pump or maybe the cam position sensor. How can i tell, without replacing both, (I am really broke!!) which is causing the problem? And I heard that you ...
Hiand thanks for your help in advance. We have a ford focus 2003 with 31,800 miles and we got it Dec 2003 brand new. Up until Oct, no problems. car jerks 3-t times a week lights do on on dashboard, we had it in for service many times over 3 months, first ring sensor broke than pistons wore out. service advisor is pissed car is having alot of problems. I ...
Re: 2006 Ford Explorer XLT, 4X4, V6, Tow pkg. (Tires are Michelin P235-70R16 Cross Trainer) Existing tires have 16,000 mi. with even wear. One tire (FR) needs to be replaced. Three shops have indicated that the amount of tread a new tire will add (approx. 1/4") as compared to the tread remaining on the three existing tires is significant enough to throw ...