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I am looking into buying a 95 grand am. The seller says that all is good except that the car takes a few minutes to get to top speed and someone told him that it needed a sensor. What kind of sensor would that be and how much?

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  • constance_j_ May 01, 2010

    Ok, so what would need to be done to fix that?

  • constance_j_ May 01, 2010

    Ok, great. That puts me at ease. They you for your time.

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