2002 Holden Frontera SE 3.2 from Australia and New Zealand
Great car, but needs a specialised repairer
Oxygen sensor failing.
Check engine light on.
The Frontera has a 20 ltr reserve, so you only fill to 60lts normally.
Base your kms on 60 Lt's, and I get 100km per 10 litres (600km).
Repairs are hard; Holden can't fix my problem (O2 sensor).
Anyone know a Isuzu petrol repairer in Adelaide?
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 18th February, 2011
Changing the O2 sensor is like changing a spark plug.
You need following:
O2 sensor - rockauto.com. Look up Isuzu Rodeo V6 6VD1 (same car), look up O2 sensor and select the one for your car. Buy OBD2 diagnostic kit from Tandy or search online. Plug the kit into the plug on RHS of steering wheel (in fuse box) and read code: Bank 1 Sensor 1 is driver's side (screwed into exhaust under driver's seat), Bank 2 sensor 1 is passenger side (in exhaust under passenger seat) - there are only 2 sensors on a Fronty.
Get under the car (raise securely with stands first), remove the plug from the faulty sensor and unscrew the sensor from the exhaust as you would a spark plug. Screw in a new sensor, then plug it in. Job done! Either reset the computer or drive 3 times and the light will go out.
The cost will be about $150 versus $400 from Holden.
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