ok so there are two. are they both the same or is one a 2 wire and other a 4?
i figured if it was the cat, the code would be steady. my "check engine" light is off again. it will pop on once in a while and then go back off after however many start. That has always happened with 02 sensors for me.
i tried to get a temp reading from the manifold side and the after the cat but i can't get a consistent reading before the cat. Maybe too much residual heat? I'll start with the sensors.
Fresh out of the garage and it's the Throttle Body that needs to be replace. Estimate is 681.60 for parts and One hour of labour at 114.95$.
The darn truck is only six years old with only 68,000 some kilometers.
and with all the other stuff they found, it would cost me 3,647.46$ to fix everything.
I've had cars twice that old and never had to put more than 500$ per years (including breaks and tyres).
Welcome and a big CONGRATS on the purchase. Unlike you, I did some research before buying and was completely convinced that my DJ was the best value for the money. I kind of wanted the Durango, but for the price difference and what I really need it for, I'm still thrilled I went with the Journey (3 years later). Funny enough, my brother got a Durango for himself, and he is really hating the payments and not as thrilled as I am.
Have you searched the forum, that's always a great place to start. In my experience, the carriers usually get trashed when you have kids and a bunch of stuff to put in there so a high priced one isn't always the ideal. As far as lifting the top, well you have to get up there to put stuff in either way, so the lifters are not a huge deal for me. In any case, here is a link from a simple search on a great site (talks about cross bars and carrier)...
Side note...there is a Jegs rooftop carrier that works great too.
Nothing a little soldering or wire splicing can't fix (assuming the same number of cables, and no safety devices exist inside the connector). Just remember, if you set your car on fire, it's not my fault.