Question about 1998 Toyota Avalon
Check engine light came on, Autozone diag indicates oxygen sensor, is this a do it yourself job (don't normally repair anthing on a car), but notice a $400+ repair job, would do it if not very complicated or difficult.
I was told by my mechanic that even after the 02's have been replaced the check engine light will come on and car won't pass inspection. What needs to be done is mileage...the car needs to be driven sometimes up to 120 miles before the light will turn off. Driving it worked.
Posted on Jul 17, 2011
Its not hard to change the o2 sensors but if they are baked in which means really hard to break loose u could have problems try spraying them down with p.b blaster and getting them out
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