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    Problem maybe solved

    Well as you know I have been having idle issues and car wouldn't stay running well I unpluged my O2 sensors and now she idles fine and doesn't cut out and die. She has be running for about 50 minutes now.

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    My two cents. Unplugging the O2 will put the PCM into "limp home mode" which is run rich. Don't know your original problem. But, try reconnecting and see if it did what it did before. Give time for the O2 to warm to operating temps.

    Of course, head to the local Advance Auto or Auto Zone for a replacement O2. They both offer free use of the O2 replacement tool with a deposit.

    Good luck.

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