LOL, Cal, this thread is going on two years old and I've done three of these jobs now. No way in heck it takes what the OP was quoted. I think this is going to be a very common failure based on my smaller shop seeing three in a short time. Fortunately it can be done relatively easily by anyone who can pay attention to detail.
Originally Posted by CALWATERBOY
is a good illustrated DIY
The critical thing is to correctly interpret codes and then do a proper diagnostic. Don't want to successfully change the wrong part.
Last edited by DSXMachina; 01-17-2013 at 06:20 PM.