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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It seems likely that one or both of your o2 sensors are acting up, or that your engine is sucking in unaccounted air from a leaking vacuum tube. Spray the tubes with "start gas" while the engine is idleing. If you hear it revving up when you spray the gas on the tubes you'll know there's a leak.
I'll sacrifice a squirrel for you and hope that the problem isn't your o2 sensors since they can be expensive to replace. Fcpgroton.com is probably the cheapest part supplier online if you'll need new sensors.
You might also want to clean your throttle body, as it usually gunks up with carbon deposits and sludge over the years. It only costs you the price of the carb cleaner to do it and the car will probably run better afterwards even if it doesn't solve the problem.
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
When you lift the headrest to the up position on the plastic sleves at the bottom of the metal rods for the headrest you should find a small hole on one side.Take a small pin or nail and push in the hole and lift up that will release the headrest
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
Burning oil...Engine miss. lazy o2 sensor.. dirty maf sensor. check the data on a scanner and this will tell what is amiss.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
SOURCE: FAILED EMISSIONS
possible but could be head gasket or valves , or worn rings and is by passing the pistons going straight out the end ...or maby settings are wrong ? try carb cleaner and inspect visually air-filter etc.
Posted on Aug 26, 2009
I have a 94 Tbird with a reading of 790 NO ppm at 1871 RPM, I put about a liter of water into the intake at about 2000 RPM and changed vacum lines to EGR valve,(may have been cracked), now the reading is only 214 NOppm at 1348 RPM. This much change I don't understand. Maybe this info may help someone.
Posted on Sep 17, 2009
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