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Old 02-18-2012, 06:45 PM   #258 (permalink)
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O'reilly's auto parts will loan you (free) their plug-in reader to get the codes (typically where your left driver's knee is). They leave it up to you to go home and surf the Internet and find out what that code number means. Then come back to them if you like, and purchase the parts.

My buddy needed a $40 camshaft sensor on his PT Cruiser which mounts externally on the engine block. The sales person knew what our code was because he sees a lot of them go bad (same as Neon).
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