Question about Cars & Trucks
Look at scan tool data
DO NOT remove the battery cables,before or after
any repairs or you loose ALL your data or clear codes
to see if they will come back,at least write them down, if you do
You need professional tools to see how it's doing
Could be a failing battery
Lots of bad ignition coils
Blocked exhaust converter
Have to look at fuel trim,O2 Sensor data,cylinder misfire
counts & all 8 Emission Monitors & check for codes
Posted on Nov 14, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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