They said on 4 and 8. Its just odd they cant reproduce if that sensor is bad. I feel like they are throwing parts at it, and want 90 for diag, 120 for the o2, and 60 labor and taxes. That is almost 3x what the part seems to be online. Think Im going to get it back and drive it some more. Going to have to pay that stupid 90 diagnostic anyway though.. https://www.rockauto.com/en/moreinfo.php?pk=6309813&cc=3294345&jsn=12&jsn=12
Hey guys, Yesterday running some errands, I was down on power and CEL started flashing. Killed the truck started back up and ran perfect, happened one more time and I swung by autozone because I was close. P0300 showed as pending, not set yet though. I have been running E85 mostly lately, tank of 87 here and there. Had a full tank of E85 in it at the time. I have occasionally had some hard starts, 3-5 second crank before start. I dropped it at the dealer to take a look and they said it has run great for them. Freeze frame data though showed some o2 readings off. Pass side upstream o2 reading was off and they said that can cause it to over fuel. Both rear o2 readings were out as well. They want to replace all 3 but said you could start with front only. Want 270 for front o2, diagnostic and labor. Does this sound like it could be the issue? I have not really heard of intermittent o2 issues. In my past experience they were good or bad and threw an o2 code. Thanks, Josh
I got a set of these on the way, going to try to use without spacers but sure I can fine some if too long. The Jeep thread I found guy had button heads and used spacers because it looked better. He seemed to suggest just the 10mm length bolt worked though. We shall see.
Well this is not good news, I have the zinc bolts and they are solid rust covered. I put them on in the Summer last year and looked perfect. Noticed one a month ago that was rusty and now the majority are. Was going to bite the bullet and get stainless ones from Method for dollar a bolt but not if those corrode too...
Personally Id run as is for awhile with their tune and warranty. That way if you have any issues you have recourse. Im sure that power added alone will put a smile on your face. You can always add headers, pulley and tune it later once you get used to the stock 1900 power.
I haven’t looked at removing myself yet but think doing it from top is blocked by the core support right. Think grill is supposed to come out and remove through there? I'm still pressing every avenue I can to get GM to do it.
I have the smell and verified it is leaking, I can see it on the radiator. My local dealer is telling me it isnt covered... Going to try through the dealer I bought it from. If not I guess I can do it myself when its warmer.
jrob56 replied to WayneRight32's topic in Off-TopicIf I could sell, Id agree most expensive car I could find. Beat on it around a track and sell for money. If I had to keep it, It would be tough to choose. Either a new Ford Raptor, Chevy SS(v8 manual RWD sedan so good), or CTS-V(no manual, but 640hp sedan).
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