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To much Co2,the lamdasond is new

To much Co2 on my corolla 1998 lean burn. new lamdasond .

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Replace the ignition with a MOPAR electronic ignition kit #p3690426. You will never deal with lean burn again. It costs about $200 and bypasses the LBS.

Posted on Jun 24, 2008

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