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Working with little to no information on this car? It's going to be a sensor problem or fuel problem, I just worked on a Pontiac that was doing the same thing I read the code's and figured out it was the MAP
sensor that was the problem.
What we really need here is more info.
This is what needs to be done for your car you must be getting a check engine light of some kind right???
More than likely you will need to go to say O'REILLY'S and get a
$80.00 code reader. Here is a link to what you need, this will tell you what sensor is bad so you can buy the correct part and not just be throwing money at the car hoping that something happens to fix it, if taking it to a repair shop is not your first choice.
Be kind and be safe.
Mark / aka RagenRat
Innova Electronics Code Reader
Posted on May 12, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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