Try testing the cat. converter if not try your oxygen sensors what did the dealer replace already? did you have a tune-up lately like plugs wires fuel filter anything like that? try the tune-up first then the oxygen sensors and if all else fails then try the cat. converter Don't have the dealer test it. Ask friends, that have old cars, if they know of a testing facility that might be more "understanding" of a vehicle that has a problem which doesn't directly affect the safe operation of the vehicle. In other words, there are testing stations that can and will pass such vehicles. You just have to find them.
In the state of Georgia, an emissions test must be passed in order to buy or sell a car. If a dealer sells a car to a customer and it fails emissions, the dealer is responsible for it.
yes, its a dealer only item in California
Take it to the dealer because the pump is in the fuel tank.
take it to a dealer they will find the password for you
Check the vin #'s because in the 1990's Chevy called their smaller line of vans "Lumina" also.
This is an illegal operation that will get you nothing but trouble. Don't even think about doing this. If you get caught, which you will, you will pay dearly. And more and more vehicles are storing information in the vehicle computer which makes odometer fraud much more difficult to perform and easier to detect. Most criminals don't think about the fact that when the car goes for emissions testing or to a dealer for repair, the mileage is stored in their computers. Go to a Honda dealer, give them your VIN, and you can get a printout of everything Honda ever did to the car...same thing with state emissions testing...the services like CARFAX pull this data to spot odometer fraud.
If you had keys with computer chip embedded,you will have to go back to a dealer,and have it checked&ordered..
There are no general codes. Look at the serial number, call the dealer and they can tell you - after you ID yourself properly.
It is listed in your owners manual. If you don't have one call a Chevy dealer.
Don't worry about it, if it is becoming a problem, go to your nearest VW dealer and get it fixed
Take the car back to the dealer and demand he repair the car so it will pass emissions tests. if he refuses, contact your State Attorney General.
I would go to your car dealer and check if the service dep will give you a print out. a did a 90pont transport and it was quite easy .
The 2001 Lumina has the OBDII system. The only way to access the data is with an OBD2 reader (about $120 ) from any FLAPS (Friendly Local Auto Parts Store) Or you could take the car to a dealer and pay them to read the codes. Purchase the Haynes manual for the Lumina so you can look up the codes and figure out whats wrong.
You should be able to take the VIN # (just inside the windshield on the drivers side dash) from your car, to the dealer and they might be able to get a set of keys for you. Not absolutely positive about this, but I have heard from a couple of people that this can be done. Hope this helps.
Often there is a sticker under the hood showing it. Could also try the dealer.
to verify VIN numbers see your local dealer.
part numbers are specific to each parts dealer.
If you go 2 the dealer about $85-$100 an hour + parts. If you go to a shop about $50-$70. Dependes on where you live.
Check with your local Chevy dealer. They should be able to create another key for you. Be sure to have you vin number and vehicle information handy.
Go to Chevy dealer with proof of ownership and VIN. They can cut you a fresh key.
P0601 - PCM Internal Fault Internal Controller Failure. Take the vehicle to a dealer as this may be covered under the emissions warranty.
All vehicles come with an emissions label and a vacuum diagram. If yours is missing, the parts dept at your local Toyota dealer can get em, cheap.
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only a dealership will be able to do this the key has a ohm rating in the chip that the car key solenoids corresponds with you would have to take it to the dealer if its a new key so they can program the chip in the key
Some can be repaired but it depends upon what the part and model numbers are ; check with the dealer .