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1998 Plymouth Breeze 2.0

I have done a few things since we last chatted. I disconnected the battery and reconnected it. The check engine light went out. I have not driven it since. However I let it idle for a while and once it warms up it starts running real rough. I have replaced the plugs, the PVC valve, and the fuel filter. Any thought on this.

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Larry Nickel

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HI Larry.... Did you ever get the codes scanned? or has the light not come back on. From what you are describing, It sounds like you may have an O2 sensor gone bad but there could also be other problems. If you haven't checked the codes and want to try the O2 sensor, it may be the cause but a code would really help. It will narrow the problem down . Hope this helps . Let me know if you need more info.

Phil

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