Question about 1993 Chevrolet Corsica
Yes, the code 13 for O2 sensor and 33 for the MAP or MAF sensor are pretty common but serious problems for driveability.
I would go for both of these first.
If you have the 4 cyl. corsica, the map sensor is employed.which is black and has a short vacuum tube connected to the intake manifold.
If you have the 6 cyl. corsiica, the maf sensor will be in the air
intake flexible house housing.
The O2 sensor can be more tricky as sometimes the threads get seized upon removal.
And an O2 sensor requires a special socket purchasable at the parts store.
Wish you luck on these problems on your 1993 Corsica.
Posted on Jul 13, 2010
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