Probably E-Bay but they will be used also so pretty much stuck with the Stealers is you want new ones. Provided they have not been submerged or physically abused, the sensors do not wear out so it is reasonably safe to get used ones from reputable eBay sellers. Since all models use the same type, you can "gain a few years" by buying some from a '97 or '98.
- palladium sensor - chemochromic sensor - gas chromatography
It could, along with hundreds of other parts.
dealer is charging me $244. is that a reasonable price. they just replaced on on the other side 8 months ago...
Could be a fuse , a sensor , or some other problem
Could be a fuse , a sensor , or some other problem with the anti-lock brakingsystemA malfunction has been detected with your anti-lock braking system . It could be afuse , a sensor , or some other problem
Try checking your brake pads. They could have gotten pitted or warped. This could be a cause plus it is easy to check. You could also have an ABS wheel / speed sensor going bad. If the ABS light has been on recently, you can have the DTC (diagnostic trouble codes) read by a tire shop, dealer, or other with the appropriate scanner (Autozone doesn't have one). The DTC codes will indicate if you have a 'suspect' sensor. I replaced one this very afternoon on my 2001 (left-front) and it took only 20 minutes. Bought the sensor from the dealer for $45.
A dealer that is separate from other major dealers
yes definately. replace the o2 sensor, and you might want to also replace your pcv valve
You could get competitive offers from other dealers and have them all compete for your business. You could also consider hiring a professional buyer who will negotiate with the car dealer on your behalf. Additionally, you could start with a conservative low offer and negotiate directly with the dealer yourself.
when the car wont start, but it will crank. but it could be other stuff too. its not just that.
Depends on model and fuel system. It could be as simple as a dirty air filter, the O2 sensor can be tired, it could have a leaky injector, the fuel pressure regulator could be leaking, the fuel return line could be plugged, the coolant temp sensor could be bad, or any number of other problems.
Height is another name that can be used for the word elevation. Other words that could be used instead of elevation are height above sea level and highness.
No, it is a noun. It may be used with other nouns as a noun adjunct (e.g. dealer costs, dealer sales).
It could, along with numerous other things.
It means something is not right. That light is tied to several sensors, so only a Mazda dealer maintenance computer could tell you exactly which sensor is measuring something out of the design specifications. It could be anything from low water levels to low or no oil. Other times, the sensor wire itself has come off. You have 3 choices: 1) Take the vehicle to a dealer for further inspection 2) Pull the wire off of the light and move on until the problem becomes obvious 3) Touch nothing and wait until the problem becomes obvious
HO2S (A/F) Sensor Heater Control Circuit Low (Bank 2 Sensor 1)symptomsOther than the MIL light illuminating you may not notice any performance issues.causeA short in the O2 sensor heater circuit or the sensor itselfA faulty O2 sensor heaterWiring or connectors are broken or frayed to the sensor or relayBad PCM or ECMThe fixCorrect wiring short or loose connector found in inspection.and/orReplace the bank 2 sensor 1, O2 sensorReplace PCM if circuit has failed and no wiring issues present, good O2 sensor
When you say 5x7, you are usually referring to a picture. In that case, the height is 7, but it could be the other way around if the picture was intended to be displayed sideways.
This is a really weird question, but I suppose you could say that a Pontiac dealer is just as dependable and reliable as any other car dealer out there, which isn't saying much.
YES IT COULD BE , BUT IT MAY NOT BE THE ONLY PROBLEM. YOU NEED TO HAVE THE CAR SCANNED TO SEE IF THERE IS ANY OTHER PROBLEMS BEFORE REPLACEING THE MAP SENSOR
mass or your map sensor most likely but could be many other problems, from a small sensor to a small leak in a head gasket
could be many things but start by having it checked for codes if possible. then check fuel pressure should be about 45psi. could also be a crank sensor, TPS sensor or other problem. when was the fuel filter changed last
I'm not a mechanic / technician but it could be an ABS fuse , sensor , or some other problem
it could be the crank sensor as it is a problem for the altimas.
PENDING ON THE VHICLE, IT COULD BE AS SIMPLE AS A SENSOR BEING LEFT UNPLUGGED AT THE AIR CLEANER, OR A SENSOR GONE BAD, LOW OIL, CLOGGED AIR FILTER, AND OR THE CATALITIC CONVERTER CAN BE PLUGGED. IT CAN BE MANY THINGS AND I SUGGEST GETTING TH VEHICLE PLUGGED IN TO A COMPUTER. Autozone (and probably other auto stores) will read the code(s) for free. Saves going to the dealer and paying $30...
one of the cooling fans is controlled by the coolant temperature sensor, and the other cooling fan comes on when the a/c is switched on. they may run simultaneously if conditions are correct. One of the fans is elec. controlled and only comes on when temp. gets high enough. As for the lights for abs and srs, they could be from one bad sensor, not sure but abs is anti-lock brake sensor and srs could be a speed sensor and both are mounted on wheel so could be both on one sensor. Hope that makes sense. No pun intended.