Question about Saturn L-Series
Posted by Anonymous on
Replace the O2 Sensor and if that doesn't fix it your going to have to start replacing the stuff Identified by the codes. Most likely the Catalytic converter is bad and the Crank Position sensor. If the Crank Position sensor is sending faulty signals then it will cause misfires, the O2 sensor causes the motor to run rich, the Catalytic converter will become overheated if your running too rich or it is damaged or partially blocked.
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