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I ran a diagnostic check and the reading it gave was misfiring in one of the cylinders my o2 sensors need to be replaced
O2 sensors can be very easy to get to, and some can be awful to get to, my advise is begin at the exhaust manifold and follow the exhaust pipe all the way until you get to the first (maybe only) O2 sensor, if it seems easy to get to then go for it, they make a special ratchet attachment just for 02 sensors but typically you can get them with a wrench, this will probably fix you misfire, o2 sensors can cause some funky things to happen.
Posted on Feb 08, 2012
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