:whoaa:probe_se said:try disconnecting the negative battery terminal, and stepping on the brake for 10 seconds or so. i did this with my probe and the CE light has not come back since. i dont know what caused it in the first place, maybe a mis-calibrated sensor or something, i dunno but never hurts to try it.
First off, pulling the codes on a 93 is easy. All you need is a paperclip or piece of wire.probeGTgirlie said:Hey, it's probably nothing major, so I would'nt worry about it to much. I'd definitley have someone pull the codes but your car isnt going to die or blow up. I've had my 95 PGT for about 6 months and the day I drove it off the lot, the check engine light came on. Ive been told that this is a common problem with these cars. I'ts probaby your O2 sensor or maybe an ECU. Get it checked out whenever you can but don't beat yourself up over it!!! :bcool:
Depends on which one it is???mini said:Thanks for all the help guys. I pulled the code from it and it is one of the oxy sensors that are failing.
What I need to know is if I would be able to change the sensor myself or do I have to go to a shop and have them do it? Is it difficult at all?
Thanks again for all your advice!