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Old 11-08-2004, 06:42 PM   #1
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finally got down to autozone to get them to do a read on my car and see why the check engine light is still on after replacing the o2 sensors with bosch sensors and the spark plugs and plug wires and this is what i got.............

(can someone please give me a more detailedexplaintion of all these codes and what i need to do to fix them)

p0135- 02 bank 1 sensor 1

p0141 02 bank 1 sensor 2

p0306 cyl 6 misfire

p0452 Evap. Emission

p1665-?

p1676-?

any help will be greatly appreciated so that i can get my bonny back in full working order
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Old 11-08-2004, 06:46 PM   #2
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Did they clear the codes and you still have these?

Sidenote, those Bosch sensors likely won't last long. They don't work well with the 3800. Plugs, either.
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yea, unless you had the codes cleared before they did a scan, then you can't really trust anything it gives you. Clear the codes and go back. You will be glad you did it and did not start replacing theings just to find out it wasn't your problem.
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I have both P0135 and P0452 for codes in my 1998. I also have one for the MAP and MAF. Hmm. I replaced the front o2 with a AC Delco AFS-109, and still have the code. Replaced plugs (NGK TR-55'*), Catalytic conv (Magnaflow high flow cat), cleaned the MAF sensor with electrical sensor cleaner.
Had the codes removed and they came back.
If I can get rid of the o2 code or the Evap code I'll give you a e-mail or PM to let you know what I did. Do the same if you get yours done first, please.
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The P1 codes they couldn't get because they are manufacturer specific. I'll look them up in the shop class on all data and see what I can get for you. It may be later on today yet.
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Sorry, can't link to the site. I'll see what I can do though.
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I will use techinfo, I will use techinfo......

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/techinfo/?article=80
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Links dont work.
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Hmm...alright. I suppose I can do it through e-mail then. Whoever wants a copy, just pm me and I'll send them to you.
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