Question about 2004 Dodge Dakota
After cool down engine turns over for 5 to 6 seconds before starting. I have a p0038 OBD II code oxygen sensor would this cause the problem or maybe needs spark plugs and coil assemblies replaced? Any other suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks
P0038 typically indicates O2 sensor failure or possible grounding out if the cabling to it has failed. Start with that as it is easier to replace than all the plugs/coils etc. Reset the code and cross your fingers.
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