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ve commodore running rough + engine light

Discussion in 'VE Holden Commodore (2006 - 2013)' started by mitchguthrie92, Jul 14, 2015.

  1. mitchguthrie92

    mitchguthrie92 New Member

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    Hi
    I have a 07 ve berlina with 230000kms its running rough / misfiring on cold starts and has and engine light on. It seems to run ok once warmed up but engine light stays on any ideas??
     
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    tml678 Well-Known Member

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    No mechanic, but I'd suggest O2 sensor would be a good bet..best to get it scanned to find out for sure
     
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    what codes
     
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    There are lots of possibilities: O2 sensor, dirty MAF ...

    If the engine light is on, there will be error codes in the computer.
    You will need to connect a suitable device to the OBD-II connector under the steering wheel to give the codes.
    For instance, a Bluetooth (suits Android) or Wi-Fi (suits iOS) adapter and it will give you codes to your smartphone.
    Once you have them, post them up here.

    Maybe someone from JC in the Albury/Wodonga area will be able to read the codes for you.

    ... or take it to a mechanic and get it scanned.
     

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