OK i've changed the O2 sensor and cleaned out the egr tube and bpt flying saucer things. Also i've cleaned out the throttle body and reset the ecu. what the hell is left!!!!!
<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by redman007:
I have an FSM so just do the diagnostic by turning the ignition key but not the engine on, then take the ecu and turn the screw clockwise all the way count to five and then turn the ecu screw counter clockwise all the way and your engine light starts to flash so count the long flashes which are tens like two long ones are 20 then the short flashes are singular .so if it shows 4 long and 3 short, thats code 43 tpsensor. how's the car running ? any problems?</font>
<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Chris:
Be careful spraying out your TB!!! I learned the hard way about that s**T!!!I sprayed TB cleaner all over the TB and proceeded to scrub it down real well....I then fired up the car and let it run. Guess what? I now managed to clog up my catalytic converter and possibly some of my emissions controls in the process.</font>