Question about 1992 Buick LeSabre
Hello, my neighbors have been having problems with their car and they replaced a sensor (that I do not remember the name to, sorry) and got the car to work again. Well on a small trip this morning on their way home the car just died on them. I stopped over this morning with a sensor device made by GM that a friend let me borrow for my car which also has the famous "service engine soon" light
After running the program I got a few trouble codes:
12, 13, 23, 31, 41, 58, 62.
and I know code 12 just means the diagnosis code is working but am unsure of the rest of the codes. Could I get a hand on this please because I can not find anything on the net.
Thanks in advance!
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