Question about 1999 Ford Explorer
USUALLY THAT MEANS YOUR OXYGEN SENSORS, BUT I WOULD DOUBLE CHECK I WOUNT LIKE TO SPEND OVER $130 ON THAT, THOSE MEASURE THE EMMISION CONSUMPTION AND ADJUST THE PROPER GAS NEEDED TO OPERATE ENGINES EMMISION PROPERLY. ALSO WHO EVER TOLD YOU THAT THEY ALSO SHOULD OF TOLD YOU ABOUT THE BLIND CODES THAT COME UP BUT ITS ACTUALLY SOMTHING ELSE LIKE A CLOGGED CATALIC CONVERTOR ALSO. NEED TO GET A SURE CODE SCAN OR THE ACTUAL CODE NUMBER. USUALLY ITS LIKE STARTS WITH A LETTER "P" FOLLOWED BY A 4 NUMBERS
Posted on Aug 04, 2010
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