Question about 1999 Chevrolet Suburban
There is no repair to a faulty or broken o2 sensor.If its broken you can replace it easily knowing which one you need to buy.There is more than one o2 senser and if its a faulty sensor you will need to know which one you'll need to buy.If your vehicle has over 100k miles you should consider replacing them all.Some garages will locate and tell you the problem for a smaller fee than them doing the repair itself,then you can fix it your self and save a few bucks.
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
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