Question about 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix
I have gotten this message intermittantly since about 40K miles on my 2005 Prix and I now have about 95K. I won't get the error messages for months and then they will pop back up, come on regularly but not always, and then disappear for months again. A mechanic told me early on that until the error message came on and stayed on that it would be very difficult to determine if it was a sensor, which one it was. Now it's been on steady for about a week. Do you think Autozone's computer will be able to tell me which one is bad?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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