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Just because you replaced a sensor doesn't mean you repaired the problem. To make sure, have the code cleared and if it comes back, you haven't found your problem yet. Having the code doesn't automatically mean the sensor is the cause. It can be anything in the circuit or even a mechanical issue.

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SOURCE: check engine light dont come on but is throwing

100 % this is a timing problem don't start replacing sensors waste of money LOOK at your timing!!

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