I have a gmc 2006 canyon with 2. 8 four cylinder 125, 000 miles. replaced O2 Sensor. truck runs great, cleared code, but it keeps coming back PO 135. may I add truck runs better then it, ever has. bought it with, 50, 000 been a great little truck. :
All you had to remove was the plastic cover?
2006 Saturn Ion had to remove the heat shield to get access to o2 sensor. There is not enough clearance to get socket in. With shield removed the short offset socket worked great. 3 studs hold shield the one on the exhaust was rusted but came right out.
great video.... got to do my o2 sensor on my cobalt soon. thanks and keep up the good work.
Is it better for the engine to be warm or better for the engine to be cold when removing the old defective sensor??
what about the control side of the heater?
I have a 2006 cobalt and it has 125000 miles and I try to take good care of it for another 125000 miles. Thanks to your video, and the clear, straight forward way in which you present your subjects. I know you have a going business, and it must be a very healthy business. On the other hand, if you ever have the opportunity to be an instructor in auto mechanics, the people that you teach and coach, will benefit tremendously. You're very good at what you do - very good. Again, thank you for this instructive video. I followed your step by step process and it worked perfectly simple for me.
Thanks a lot for the video i have the same codes. More repairs i can just do myself
Would you please advise me on the diagnostic tool that you used. I've been looking for that kind of electronic tool, and what you're holding in this video would be perfect.
I have a 2006 Cobalt LS, and your video has saved me a ton of money. Your video is clear and straight forward. Thank you..
jim is a 97 dodge ram 5. 2 1500 with a po441
hi jim here again first comment I send is the wrong po code the code is po441 how do I check the system thankyou
hi jim like your videos I just fix a po300 an po301 po308 it was a bad rotor in the dist- now it came back with a po421 they replace the upstream an downstream oxygen sensor could it be a cat going bad an what do I check
Hi Jim, I own a 2006 Chevy Cobalt LS just as in this video and I used a scan tool and found I have 4 codes. Code P0030 appeared 3 times in the scan and code P0135 appeared once. Do I just have to replace my upstream oxygen sensor or my downstream sensor or both? I checked the emissions fuse and it works fine. Any insight is appreciated and thank you very much for the video so I can do this myself
Very well done again, Jim.
Hi jim, i have a code P0400 for evap. I hear a buzz when i start my car but it doesnt start. It also buzzs when it turn the key off. What could it be? Pls help 97 nissan
Nice work Jim and now the customer will be happy. Take care...
Nice video Jim... O2 sensors and me never get along.. the couple I have replaced always seem to be seized... nice that yours just popped right off... boy that solarus pro is nice and shinny probably the cleanest tool in the shop.. so jealous
Well done, Jim of all the heater circuit codes you see how often do you not find the O2 bad ? Oh yeah I knew I would beat Rick today he's getting a perm :
How can you tell that an oxy sensor is bad? Is there a way to find out without a scanner tool? Great repair video. Thank you for that. greetings Klaus