Service engine light stays on. goodyear did 600.00 worth of work on it, besides replacing a thermostat. it didn't do this until that work was done. what could be wronf. it isn't overhating and the levels are fine.
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Just thought I should chime in here. I also own a 1994 Firebird V6 that I've been doing a ton of work and research on..I would strongly suggest retriving the code that your SES light is trying to alert you about before you clear it. You can clear all codes by just disconnecting your negitive battery terminal for about 5 minutes then reconnecting it. It can also be done by just pulling you PCM BATT fuse for 5 minutes. BUT...the light will just come back on if it's a problem that still exsists and is ongoing. BTW...my maintenence manuals for this car says to disconnect the battery (or pulling the PCM BATT fuse) like this before doing any maintenence on the ignition, fuel, air intake, vacuum, secondary A.I.R. system, and/or any tune-up work, etc. When you're done, reconnect the battery. Hope this helps.
does the electric fans kick on? if you have a/c start the car, and turn on the a/c. this should make the electric fan to come on. if the fan does not come on, then your fan isnt working, which will make the engine over heat when the car isnt moving.
...... befor you spend a nother $500 on a harness try having them check the sencers comon one being the O2 sencer they like to go out a lot lol and junk yards are not evil i personly have walked out of one with $3000 worth of electrical for $80 for my 1994 firebird and it all works im not say don't do it just be advised that what your talking about is probley not the problem and can be fixed cheeply in other ways then replacing every thing electrical
I have a 1995 dodge 2500 with a v10 and it runs rough at idle and the maintenance required light came on. I have tuned it up and replaced o2 sensors also profesionally cleaned the injectors and ran sea foam cleaner thru the intake and all vacum stuff besides egr valve or injectors wut can i do plus do i have to shut off the maintenance required light for the 02 sensors to work right