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Old 03-16-2017, 10:23 PM   #1
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Default The dread missing is bad and service engine light on. Help please!

Welp 2000 ss when I bought this car it was running fine about a week after it started to miss when it was raining or when I washed it then it did it 24/7 so finally I decided to look at the 02 sensors and found one had a broken wire was hoping that fixed it now 2 weeks later the light is back on and missing isn't back yet but can anyone help me track down this problem I hate lights being on my dash . Previous owner said he fooled with the maf and got it to quit some. Ps sorry for the miss spelling was clocking in at work and wanted to make a post in a hurry has longtubes cam I replaced them with Bosch 13111

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Go to autozone and have them run a check engine light diagnostic and report back and tell us what the codes come up
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Last time it was 3 2 for 02 sensors and 1 for random misfire. I have this weekend off so really want to fix it I think I'm going to buy some denso hear better things about them now hat I do research new maf and plugs and wires surely that will take care of it
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Last time it was 3 2 for 02 sensors and 1 for random misfire. I have this weekend off so really want to fix it I think I'm going to buy some denso hear better things about them now hat I do research new maf and plugs and wires surely that will take care of it
Why not just have them run the code reader while you're there picking up parts. No sense in throwing money at the car when you don't know what the problem is
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I have all its giving me is random misfire
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Bosch 02 sensors will actually not allow my engine to run.......NO ****. Engine will hardly stay running, backfires, spits and misses.

Denso sensors work great. So you could have the same problem as me....your PCM does not like Bosch.

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