Date: Tue, 20 Feb 2007 17:05:52 GMT
From: - Bob - <>
Subject: Re: 9-5 2.3lpt misbehaving

On Tue, 20 Feb 2007 15:59:14 -0000, Gary Fritz <> wrote: >BTW I'm at 77k miles right now. I should probably familiarize myself with >DI cassette symptoms and replacement procedure. Any pointers? Good DI failure: Your car starts to miss, throws a CEL. You have the CEL checked and it shows "misfire". You reset it but it throws it again on the way home from the test shop. You drive to the dealer the next day, and get a new DI - which is good because the car barely makes it there and back. Bad DI failure: Your car stops while driving. You suspect a DI. After paying for a tow home, finding a ride to the dealer, and getting a new DI, all is well. You're out quite a sum of money and inconvenience. If your DI is getting close, I would suggest purchasing one now for security. It takes all of ten minutes to change one and it can make a bad day good. is good if you are in the USA.

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