Question about 1992 Saturn SL2
I cannot find one is my problem! The books call it an Air fuel ratio sensor. I bought one from the Saturn dealership years ago, and now nobody knows what i'm talking about and I've bought all the other sensors. Some were to fat and others had the wrong pig tail on them. Where can I but Saturn specific parts. They had to have sold their stock to somebody! Right?
I get my from advanceautoparts. I buy the Bosch ones, single wire. Make sure to put on anti-seize paste and some dielectric grease on the connector
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: my car is running rich
You don't. All modern vehicles are computer controlled with an OBD1 (1995 and older) or OBD 2 (1996 and newer) computer. If the fuel to air ratio is off it will set a code
Posted on Oct 17, 2010
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