for info i,chaning all sensor but stil chack eng on
need a printout of your problems, what was bad, and whats been changed to make a determination. please provide-
giv sum cod namber 1 - oxsegen sensor 2- egnash sweth 3- cts 4- full pump 5-snsor shfting 2 to 3 or 3to 4 in geair
the gas cap is not on.
waht men for gas cap
olso eat the petrol and co
A couple of questions. When you got the new sensors, where did you get them? Did the counter person as you for the calibration code for the car? Depending on which market it was originally built for, there are different calibration codes that tell the dealership counter people which of up to 5 or 6 different parts is the correct replacement for each sensor. Also, did you disconnect the battery when you did the replacement service? If so, did you follow the owner's manual procedure for teaching the computer to run the car right? My suggestion: First, make sure the petrol tank cap is tight. It may also be due to be replaced. Next, disconnect the battery for 10 minutes. Reconnect, and then teach the car to run. This is done by starting it, and running it for 10 minutes in park, no air conditioning, then 10 more minutes with the air on, then repeat in drive, 10 minutes air off, 10 minutes air on. After that, see how it runs.
get a load of the english...can almost make out what the guy's tryin' to tell us. Eat the petrol and co, made me bust out laughing- know this man has a serious problem with his car--only want to help. (and his spelling)
your check engine might go away with a new petrol cap-
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