Question about Cars & Trucks
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Stop at auto Zone or Advance Auto parts and ask them to use their scanner to identify the fault code. That will tell you what needs to be fixed. As a Guess I would say the O2 Sensor but that is just a guess.
Posted on Jul 22, 2010
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