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Discussion in 'The BS Topic' started by Joekool, Dec 11, 2012.
Has 165K+ on the clock now.
probably something minor then, if only come on a few times over the last couple years.
5hanks RON. I will check the harness further
Check the ECT sensor (coolant temp sensor) they can sometimes cause an IAT code to set do to the fact that when the engine is cold both sensors should read about the same temp. If they dont, throwing an IAT code seems to be the default sensor to label as bad by the PCM (dont ask why because engineers do different drugs then the rest of us ).
"...monitors the amount of unburned oxygen in the exhaust..."
Oxygen doesn't burn
A 1/2" square of black electrical tape will do the trick.... cost, about .01¢