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My engine light is on and they tell me it is my fuel sensor. What is this problem, and is it expensive to fix?

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Whom ever told you what was wrong,
such as a fuel sensor,why would you ask
again,we don't have your vehicle to test,
as they did.

Only a repair shop can guess at a price,
until they diagnose your problem

Posted on Mar 16, 2011


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this is just an oxygen sensor like on most American cars. might cost $60 to $80 im guessing.

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no it is not too expensive or is it difficult to replace the sensor. the sensor is located on the fuel rail on the front on the engine.

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