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Old 08-06-2015, 07:08 AM
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Well you were right I missed one number in the vin. I can't find the fuse you refer to so I'm assuming I have to take the panel off on the drivers side. Not the side panel but under the dash. Forgive me if I seem stupid but I never was much good at reading and understanding. Always did better with pictures lol. Never read the instructions at xmas just looked at the pictures guess that's why I was always good with blueprints. Nice weather today so I'm going to try to find that fuse. I did take her out for a spin last night and and she ran great as long as I didn't get into the throttle. If I did she would just die and run real sluggish. I'm assuming that's because of the o2 sensors. I can't thank you enough for all your help and patience I just hope I can repay the kindness some day.
 
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Old 08-10-2015, 08:19 AM
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Hi again well I checked with service mgr and he says no such thing as fuse for o2 sensors...I don't know much but I'm not ready to take the word of a service mgr that didn't have an answer. So I was wondering if any way of showing pic of what could possibly be problem that keeps giving me codes po135 and po141 I'm able to drive the old girl but can't get into the throttle. Very sluggish I'm assuming because of the sensors. Didn't get the new sensors yet they were held up somewhere along the line
 
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Old 08-10-2015, 02:48 PM
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I deleted your new post on same subject.

If you can't perform any diagnostics, you will need some help to fix this problem. It is likely to be faulty wiring, connector, or PCM.

good luck
 
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