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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It gets pretty hot in there, and although hardly any manufacturers specify replacement intervals for oxygen sensors, they play a critical role in providing the ECM with acurate data for best running performance/economy. Change it, as the savings in NOT changing it will be soon eroded by increased fuel usage.
Posted on Sep 21, 2009
SOURCE: have a 1998 gmc 2500.
The most common faults are caused by moisture getting into the CRANKSHAFT SENSOR wiring connector or into the ignition module connections or various other electrical connectors. The ignition coil epoxy potting is cracked and the high voltage is going to ground. Remove cowling (best), or open hood, turn over engine and check for electrical arcs from the coil when dark. So when it is dark try to start it and see if you can see any arcs from the coil. that would be the first place to start. Thanks, Midwest-tek
Posted on Sep 18, 2010
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