The white smoke deetermines that you probably have a leaky head gasket then while going up hill the moter and trans are under heavy load. the motor cant handle the heavy load because most of your compression is being lost threw the broken or cracked head gasket.if your oil looks like choclate milk you have problems. itmeans your coolant is going into your moter. also check to see if your coolant is foamy. do this by 1st removing your radiator cap then starting your car.(careful not to get burned after warm up) if the antifreeze is foamy your oil is going into your coolant. how ever after replacing the parts you did it sounds like you are fine you were just running to rich with fuel that is regulated by these items you installed, running rich will cause exhaust to blow black or gray smoke it can cause damage to the cadalac converter. do check to be sure that running rich didnt get any fuel in to the oil by smelling if so flush immediatly.and check again fuel can sometimes get to the oil by bad rings.
No but make sure your ar filter box is fully closed after replacing and make sure that ho2 sensor is working good
The IAT Sensor on a 1992 Geo Tracker is the Intake Air Temperature Sensor. Replacing the air filter might fix this problem.
It depends on which 'sensor' you are replacing. The crankshaft positioning sensor is on the lower left side of the engine, behind the oil filter. The CPS attaches to the bell housing. Search youtube for videos on replacing this particular sensor. Other videos may assist with other sensors.
There isn't a sensor inside the air filter.There isn't a sensor inside the air filter.
Because it is not a good car!
try replacing the delta pressure feedback sensor. this fixed my explorer.Or you can try replacing the relay.
try replacing o2 sensor also the check the fuel filter
Your computer may need to reset, try disconnecting your battery for at least 30min.
Where is the crankshaft sensor located
The intake air temp sensor and the mass airflow sensor both mount near the air filter.
Sensor is to the side of the oil filter in the front of the car. From underneath the front of the car, you can see/ feel the sensor next to the filter. This is from memory, but I want to say that I removed the filter to offer me more room to change the sensor.
The speed sensor is at the top rear of the transmission housing.
unplug the clip from the sensor. if your replacing it, you just unscrew the sensor
Code P0113 indicates a intake air temperature sensor circuit high output. Check the connection to the intake air temperature sensor and if that is fine consider replacing the intake air temperature sensor.
remove the polin filter cover and you will find the AIT sensor next to the polin filter
the sensor is located next to the oil filter on the oil filter casting.
If the speedometer is erratic or not working then it is the speed sensor. If that is good then try replacing the fluid and filter. Make sure, if you have this done by a shop, that they drop the pan and change the filter. Some will not unless requested.
Unfortunately there is no fixing an O2 sensor. If the "check engine" light is on due to an O2 sensor, it can only be remedied by replacing the bad sensor.
replacing a fuel sensor on a 2003 grand prix?
were is my 1999 pontiac grand am map sensor location
The camshaft sensor is faulty or installed incorrectly.
where is te fuel tempeture sensor at
Intake-air-temperature sensor, located between the maf sensor and the air filter.