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99 Pontiac Sunfir. having problems with my check engine light. Throws a code PO141 Replaced the O2 sensor, spark plugs, spark wires, and air filter. what else can it be. Please help!!

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I think it,s your check engine light. but if theres still a problem check to see if your battery is chargeing you might need a new battery . let me know

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