Will bad ignition coil cause oxygen sensor to fail?
Yes, a bad ignition coil / misfire will cause an unburned mixture of gas/air to go into cat converter which will than combust in it and cause damage to either catalitic converter, oxygen sensor(s) or both.
You have replaced the throttle sensor map sensor oxygen sensor and crank shaft sensor in our 91 Chevy cavalier and it is still hard to start and jerks a lot and dies what is the problem?
On my 1995 Jeep Cherokee what is the possible cause of no spark at the ignition coil even I replace the coil with a new one?
I have a 1999 Saturn SC1 and the auto place says it needs a camshaft position sensor but then people said their no such things?
There is a CRANKSHAFT position sensor which will cause starting problems. there is no camshaft sensor but it does sense through the ign module. If you have a P0341 trouble code the most likely cause is bad ignition wires or a bad coil Very rarely do you need the ignition module for this trouble code