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Po174 check engine light comes on for few days and then it goes off .i change all the sensors the o2 and the air fuel,injectors about a month ago and the light just came back on.

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  • maxnewyorker Apr 05, 2009

    i have exactly the same problem with my tl 2004. I changed the o2 sensor. And i think that the guy who wrote the comment suggesting to check vacuum lines is probably right. Because i have this strange airy sound when i push accelerate. i will let you know if i will find what was wrong:) Good luck

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Have you checked all vacuum lines etc, for leak, or crack. It's reading lean on bank 2. Your coolant isn't going down is it?

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