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I bought this truck used, and it just needs some basic maint. items. I replaced all 3 of the O2 sensors, and now if I can get this one last piece replaced, she will be good to go
Its a clean truck! A 96 150 Eddie Bauer with a 5spd. And those 300's will run FOREVER if you maintain them, I just don't get how people aren't willing to put in the little amount of time to maintain their vehicles!
Yep thats the one,dont see many that go bad but you never know.Be sure to check the vacuum line and hoses for cracks also.
1987 F-150 XLT LARIAT,302 (installing 302 HO soon),AOD TRANS,K&N AIR,TRUE DUAL FLOWMASTER 2.5 STAINLESS TIPS,CLAIRION CD CHANGER,ALUM TOOL BOX,5% TINT,CLASS V HITCH,30-9.50-15 BRIDGESTONES PLUS MORE TO COME!
I replaced the part this afternoon, pulled the negative cable for a few mins, drove a few mins(light was off) then, half way back to my apt, the check engine light came back on. Autozone said I need to drive ~100 miles before they scan it again, as scanning it right now does no good
Will the CEL go off on its own? I was under the impression when u dump the computer like that, the computer should pick up the new part...
All cars built since January 1, 1996 have OBD-II systems. So...unless your truck was one of the late 1995 models, you should have it. And even then, since it's a 96 model you should have the plug. As for the scanner, as long as it's got a handful of buttons on it so it will do more then just display the error, one of the options that comes up is usually to delete/remove the code. The one my friend bought from Auto Zone was 60 bucks and does everything we need.