Question about 1996 Pontiac Sunfire
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Code P0131 is your Oxygen sensor that needs to be replaced. This could cause the other code which is P0300-Random Multiple Misfire although this is usually caused by one of two other sensors. Try replacing the Oxygen sensor first and reset the computer and see if you still get the P0300 code afterward. If you do then you will have to have the Crank Position sensor and the Cam Position sensor tested. Now, being a 1995 the P0300 code could be caused by the timing belt if it is worn and about to go out but you need to address the O2 Sensor issue first then see if the other code comes up again as it is common in that year for the O2 Sensor to fault and have a second or third code thrown at the same time that is essentially a ghost code as nothing is wrong in that area.
Posted on Aug 26, 2011
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