Question about 2002 Chevrolet Tahoe
I am having the same problem. I have an 2004 Tahoe and have had the same problem for the last 2 years. The funny part is that is never happens in the summer and only happens when it is below freezing for the 1st start of the morning. I recently hooked up to a check engine light computer and I got 3 codes. One is P)171, PO174, PO300- They mean too lean in banks 1 and 2 and a misfire similar to yours. I just replaced all the plugs and wires this summer and I am still having the problem. Does anyone have the same problem or a solution to this issue. I have read that it could be a vacuum hose or O2 sensor that is bad but not sure. Any help? Thanks. Brett
Posted on Nov 18, 2010
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