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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you should have you car scanned you may have coolant sensor problems or O2 sensor or flow meter these three sensor control rich or lean to your module pcm by scanning you'll pin point the problem some auto parts like pep boys or western auto or auto zone will scan for free I hope this information is useful good luck
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
One of the fuel injectors is leaking.
It is sending gas out even during the exhaust stroke.
You may be able to "hear" which one it is by using an auto stethoscope ($12) (like a doctor uses) and listen to each one of the injectors.
replace the faulty injector ... or use a can of fuel injector cleaner (name brand, not store brand) ($8).
Any auto parts store (Like AutoZone) will have it.
Hope this helps, soon!
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
Look in the back of the car. The fuel pump lines like to break. You will not be able to see them, but you will smell and see that the fuel tank is wet. Call your local dealership, have you vin # and milage, ask them if it's covered by warrenty.
Posted on Oct 18, 2009
SOURCE: run rough at low speed
Possibly there is to high of a mixture of gasoline going into the cylinder. It might be a computer problem, the dealership/garage with a Tech2 would be able to tell you for sure.
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
check the wiring harness beside the hinge that moves when you close the trunk.i have seen the wiring get pinched and the ground gets broken. the tail lights have separate left and right side fuses.get a test light,and with the ignition in the on position,there should be power on both sides of all the fuses.the atc type have little test pins on them.ground the test light and put the tip on the fuse.if there is power,the light will come on. if a fuse does not light up the light on both sides,it is open.since the fuses are see thru,it is apparent if it is blown as the metal inside will be burnt.
Posted on Oct 23, 2009
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