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Old 03-16-2013, 08:10 PM   #1
Crydawn
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oxygen sensor and control panel

I had the left half of my control panel cluster go out. Quite while later I replaced my oxygen sensors. The lights on my control panel came back on. I have continued having problems with my emissions system and the control panel cluster went out again. I just replaced the top oxygen sensors again and the control panel lights are back on again. Does anybody have any idea why this would happen?


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