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Old 10-31-2016, 01:59 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Thank you. I appreciate the advice. I will double check the connections on the ECU and check out the O2 sensor. If you happen to know which ECU connector has the O2 wires, I can focus my efforts there.

The car is running really rough, no power (even less on hills than it had before), and the shift indicator light isn't working. I'm guessing the O2 sensor issues are to blame for the lack of power but add the nonfunctioning shift light and it makes me think there is something wrong with the ECU.

Unfortunately, while I have insurance, the part is so expensive that they won't cover it without totaling my car (and it still won't be enough) and there is no equivalent available from the aftermarket shops.

Thanks again for the reply.
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