On Jul 5, 2006, at 5:37 PM, George Fourchy wrote:
> On Wed, 5 Jul 2006 15:40:07 -0700, Steven W. Riggins wrote:
>> So if my O2 sensors are going bad, that would make it run too rich
>> and cause some of the rich fuel odor I smell from time to time?
> This is illustrated by really LOUSY mileage in town....10 or 12 mpg
> from an
> otherwise healthy engine, and about 20 or 22 on the highway, This
> is in a car that
> got 20 in town when working properly, and 28 to 30 on a trip. My
> original sensors
> went about 250,000 miles before they stopped being able to switch
> rapidly, and they
> were swapped at that point, which returned my good mileage.
Mine is not that bad but dropping fast. I guess I will take it into
the beaverton dealer and have them give it a run through.
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