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    Re: Automobile Dealer Service Departments -

    I am not sure I could have just dropped the issue with them. You paid them $300 to fix a problem. That is a contract. They did not hold up their end. So I would have been adamit that they either fix...
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    Re: Automobile Dealer Service Departments -

    I have had about 4 o2 sensor codes pop up on my various vehichles. NONE of them turned out to be an o2 sensor.

    For example:
    2002 saturn Lean condition indicated (02). Was NOT a sensor. Was an...
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    Re: Automobile Dealer Service Departments -

    Sad but true.:confused2:

    I have a lot of training and schooling under my belt for various different things. Auto repair, enging and transmission buiding, machining, welding, engineering, and a few...
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    Re: Automobile Dealer Service Departments -

    Yep, reading the code is only half the story. It only gives you the symptom, NOT the cause.

    I have to wonder how many good O2 sensors (At almost $80 a pop) have been swapped because the guy at...
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    Re: Automobile Dealer Service Departments -

    $ 100 is probabally not too far out of line. IF you can buy aftermarket china filters at oriley for $24, they are probabally ~$50 for OEM ones at the dealer.

    And the dealer probabally charges...
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