Out of fuel

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Asked by Apr 27, 2016 at 10:19 PM about the 2007 Dodge Charger Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My son ran my wife's  2007 dodge charger out of
gas. It was running really ruff so I put a new fuel
pump in it and it is better but the exhaust  is
terrible could he have taken an o2 sensor out?  
What should I check next?

5 Answers

6,035

I do believe that your "check engine" light would be illuminated if the 02 sensor is tampered with...the combustion would not be proper for the temperature and monitor of the exhaust for Nitrogen and levels of Oxygen...in other words double-checks it's own combustion...if it cannot do this...a "BLACK TAPE" solution would make things chokey and black~...make him put a Brand new 02 sensor in...and make him pay for it~!

10

I apologize the engine light is on.

6,035

well, you know what to do...put that one or a fresh one back into the hole ...dang...must be LOUD~ do that and we will all be happy~

Best Answer Mark helpful
10

Thanks for your help. Maybe some day you will be able to pump gas from a smart phone. Haha

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6,035

hmm the whole Idea of droids performing various tasks ...kinda IS 1984...next thing will be a shortage of razors and soap~! he he ~ already I've experienced the POWERful verizon with their jetpack...wi-fi...and cannot recommend the robots doing the bill collecting....terrorized by them...got rid of that pronto....long for two-wire and dial phones anymore...in an emergency there are NO PHONE BOOTHS anymore...it is assumed that you have a handy Droid to dial 911 for ya~ this world anymore...I tell ya~

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