Question about 2010 Chevrolet Chevrolet Malibu LTZ
I have three codes still showing after having the oxygen sensors replaced. Could you help me find out what else needs to be replaced? i am tired of spending money replacing items i dont need.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
YEAH MAN I KNOW WHAT YOU ME, THOSE DARN COMPUTER ARE WAY TO SMART.. THERES NOTHING WRONG, BUT YOU CAN TAKE THE TRUCK TO A GM DEALER AND THEY CAN FLASH THE COMPTUER, BUT THE ONLY DOWNFALL IS THAT THE CHECK ENGINE LIGHT WILL NEVER WORK AGAIN.. SO ITS YOUR CALL..GOOD LUCK KEITH..
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
Ther are at leat 3 and maybe 4 o-2 sensors in that particular truck...one on each exaust pipe coming down from manifold...and one after convertor on each bank....Pass.side before convertor is bank one,sensor one ..behind convertor is bank one sensor two..drivers side before convertor is bank two,sensor one...behind convertor is bank two sensor two(If equipped with four....scan will tell you which one is bad....good luck..lee
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
SOURCE: Oxygen sensor replacement
It's something you can with simple tools, you have four O2 sensors. Your going to have to get the truck rescanned or if you have the DTC code, you can find out which O2 sensor has gone bad so you can replace it. Your going to have Two upstream O2 sensors on each exhaust bank, one O2 sensor before the Catalytic Converter, and the last one after the Catalytic Converter. Its like replacing a Spark plug and you can pick up the O2 sensor at any large Auto Parts store with a can of WD 40. Just unclip the wire leads to the O2 sensor and then with a O2 sensor socket or hint close end wrench and hammer, you can remove the O2 sensor from the exhaust pipe. Good luck and be safe.
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
Need a 7/8 open end wrench or a o2 sensor socket. Located in exhaust pipe. The one closest to the engine is Bank 1 Sensor 1. The ones located downstream and known as "Sensor 2"
Posted on Jan 06, 2010
There may be an emissions leak but a very common issue is the canister vent valve. Make sure if you contact your local dealership that you have your vehicles vin number available.
Posted on Dec 28, 2010
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