Question about 1995 Pontiac Grand Prix
If the problem code is still on, did you erase the code with a scanner. if not, the pcm will think there is still a problem, and the code will stay on. erase code with scanner. there may be a bad wire or connection in the sensor wire itself. check your wiring between the ECU and sensor. (This should have been done first.) before putting on parts that are or may not be bad.
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