the light will reset itself when the problem is fixed, therefore the problem has not been fixed. take it back!
As an alternative to waiting for the system to decide the problem is fixed you could plug an OBD II reader into the port under the dash. The reader can be used to turn warning lights off and reset the system. Note, as mentioned above, if the problem isn't really fixed the light will come on again.
the knock sensor cuts the engine out so it won't damage the car if not replaced, the car just won't work.
If someone could please explain who to get to the oxygen sensor and explain where it is for sure?
No but if you do it wrong (oily filter or leaky connection) you can damage the sensor while driving making it necessary to replace that sensor later.
It requires a special socket with one side cut out so as not to damage the wiring.
can anyone help me please Its the sensor directly under the intercooler remove the intercooler and a couple of airpipes and you will get at it easiar.
Depends on which engine you have. More info please.
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To replace the crank sensor you have to remove the harmonic balance taking special attention not to damage the pulley or the cam shaft. Remove the two 10mm retaining screws
Without knowing what sensors you are trying to replace, there is no answer. Please re ask question about a specific sensor.
I think you could. The vehicle speed sensor is next to the oil filter on a 1.8T engine, manual transmission. You could pull on the sensor cable while rotating the filter, and possibly damage the sensor. It's fairly easy to replace. Sensor cost is $20-50.
Ummm, because it doesn't work anymore?
How do i replace speed sensor on 1992 toyota previa and where is the sensor located