Question about 1994 Lexus LS 400
Car went into limp home mode and used a lot of fuel. I had driven it about 30 miles before this happened. I have replaced the right bank o2 sensors and will replace the two on the left soon as they arrive. the DENSO set of o2 sensors only included 2. Am I on the right path ?
O2 sensors WILL NEVER CAUSE A LOSS OF POWER, u are looking in the wrong place, sounds like a fuel starvation problem or a defective MAF, the O2's are just seeing this and setting a code..
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
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