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P0743 Where is the sensor???

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  • anayansan Jan 28, 2009

    ENGINE LIGHT COMES ON AND WHEN I ACCELERATE THE CAR PULLS BACK AS IF IT IS GOING TO TURN OFF BUT DOESN'T

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The sensors on your car check how your car is running by sending electrical signals to your cars computer. The computer then adjust the performance of the car by sending a signal back to the sensor. The sensor then adjust mechanically the fuel and air ratio of the fuel system for peak performance.

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