Question about 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix
I went and had my grand prix looked at and i was told it was the 02 sensor and the guy showed me where it was and for a quick fix he said to buy carb and choke cleaner and spray the inside is this true
Did your "check engine light" come on? If it did, then a mechanic would put a scope on your car's computer to read the malfunction code. The print out would indicate if the check engine light appeared because of a faulty O2 sensor. If you have a faulty O2 sensor it will need to be replaced since this it is the source of information for your car's computer with respect to fuel mixture.
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