Question about 2001 Chevrolet Suburban
Driving home this morning from work, at 45 mph, the check engine soon light came on. Alll guages normal. Pull up to next light, and engine missing severely. Pull over, open hood, everything is where it should be, and dry. Restart, everything fine for about 1/2 a mile, and then it starts the same problem over again, and of course it's christmas eve, more snow on the way, and we need to travel HELP !
Sounds like the Oxygen sensor to me.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
Ignition coil or spark plug wires you should usually coils behavior is what your describing you should plug it in to a OBD 2 to retrieve fault codes!!!guessing is very costly$$$$$$$
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