Question about 1995 GMC Safari
I have a 95 GMC Safari with a 4.3. It's been running rough, seems to be missing. I've replaced the plugs, plug wires, cap, rotor, O2 sensor, and spider injector. Nothing has changed.
I'm getting two trouble codes (which prompted me to change the o2 sensor) 44 and 45. 44 indicates it's running lean, and 45 indicates it's running rich.
This problem has me stumped.
The codes ur getting will be thrown by a vacume leak make sure u dont have a vacume line leaking or split also check ur pcv valve for clogging
Posted on Jun 18, 2008
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