Date: Wed, 6 Sep 2000 21:00:11 +0100
From: "Kaz" <karen_jebbettnopsamel.net.uk>
Subject: Check Engine & Lambda sensor


Hi, I've noticed that the Check Engine light comes on when i'm driving in slow, stop start traffic. My mechanic, attached the computer to the car and told me it was the Lambda sensor that was causing the problem (he reset the error codes for me at the same time). The thing is i 've had trouble with the Lambda before, once having it replaced and another time my mechanic was able to 'clean' some valves out and that seemed to fix the problem. My question is, is there anything i can do to stop the Check Engine coming on. Or do i need to replace the sensor completely. What causes it to fail?? I drive a 1992 900T Aero (black) Cheers, AMAR

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