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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Yes. most of the time, these types of sensor are potentiometers = have variable resistance depending where the sensor is ready. if you are able to hook up a volt meter to the sensor and see the ranges match up with the old one, then the should be compatible...same as with gas tank sending units
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
One way is to remove any fuses that say ECM/PCM in the fuse block and let them out for 20 minutes or more and another way is to disconnect the negitive battery cable and touch it too the positive. or pull all the connectors off the pcm.
Posted on Nov 01, 2009
I would suggest stopping by an AutoZOne or O'Reilly's and "borrow" their Scan Tool to erase any codes.
TO reset the "Change Oil" light, turn the ignition to ON (do NOT start the car). Press the accelerator pedal all the way down (then release) to the floor 3 times in less than 5 seconds. Change Oil light should flash then go off. If not, try it again. The trick is to get this done in 5 seconds ro less.
Posted on Apr 01, 2010
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There is a procedure for your exhaust system. Its called Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) Regeneration. Your dealer will have to do this for you. The particulate filter is in the exhaust system. It traps large carbon particulates so they don't get out into the air. The system is designed to take care of itself but does need to be done by someone with a tech2 scanner.
Posted on Apr 08, 2010
Oxygen sensor[s],map sensor and fuel pressure regulator.Although you should have a check engine light "on" with any sensor malfunction.I would look at fuel lines for a leak under vehicle.
Posted on Apr 17, 2010
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