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#1: 98 Chrysler Minivan has no power repl O2 sensor

Posted on 2006-07-22 23:03:28 by llegg

Hi: Can someone help me? My minivan with 3.3L burned up an O2 sensor
4 weeks ago. Took out the alternator and battery. Shop had a hard
time getting the wiring straight as it melted. Actually replaced the
O2 sensor a second time. Car still has no power and hesitates when
you give it the gas. Suggestions? I need to get my van back.

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#2: Re: 98 Chrysler Minivan has no power repl O2 sensor

Posted on 2006-07-23 05:27:07 by NewMan

Your O2 sensor destroyed your alternator and battery?????

When my O2 sensor went, all that happened was hesitation under load
(going up hill) and the odd spit-back.

Replacement was about $100 and took less than 20 min.

If your alternator and battery went, causing a melt-down of wiring, I
would suggest that the O2 sensor was NOT at fault.

No idea where to start, but it sounds nasty.

On 22 Jul 2006 14:03:28 -0700, <a href="mailto:llegg&#64;leggassociates.com" target="_blank">llegg&#64;leggassociates.com</a> wrote:

&gt;Hi: Can someone help me? My minivan with 3.3L burned up an O2 sensor
&gt;4 weeks ago. Took out the alternator and battery. Shop had a hard
&gt;time getting the wiring straight as it melted. Actually replaced the
&gt;O2 sensor a second time. Car still has no power and hesitates when
&gt;you give it the gas. Suggestions? I need to get my van back.

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