Question about 1999 Chevrolet S-10 Pickup
I have a 1999 S-10, 2.2L, 5-speed, extended cab. I have had both oxygen sensors and the catalytic converter replaced. The first oxygen sensor was replaced Mar 2005, the catalytic converter was replaced Oct 2005, and the second oxygen sensor was replaced Mar 2008. I have 166,000 miles on the truck. The Check Engine light keeps coming back on. I have taken it to my local mechanic to read the Fault Codes, and it stated (the last time) that the catalyst levels were out of tolerance). I asked him to reset the light, and I drove only about 140 miles before the Check Engine light came back on. I have noticed (on occasion) that the vehicle is hard to crank. Can you help me?
Check your MAF sensor, if it's dirty clean it then reset your check engine light again. this should work.
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
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