To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. Instead, our system considers things like how recent a review is and if the reviewer bought the item on Amazon. It also analyzes reviews to verify trustworthiness.
Like my title states. Im a dealership technician. I drive a 2014 Chevrolet Cruze eco. Mine just hit 90k miles. So I figured id go ahead and replace this and some of the other cheaper sensors. The idle was getting a little more sporadic as time goes on so i figured this was probably gummed up by oil. (Cuz of the junk pcv system). Had parts at my chevy dealership look up the correct part number then hopped on amazon and bought this one. Its the real deal. Comes in the same ac delco bags that I see thousands of a year. Dont be afraid to buy it. Keep in mind. Dont be a parts changer and just replace parts because you think it will fix your problem. Pay someone to diagnose it. Don't buy this part, then because it didnt fix it leave a bad review. Thats not how this works lol.
My motor had a rough idle, I thought it was because of all the parts the previous owner put on. This smoothed out the idle with and without the A/C on, fixed my surging issue when the A/C kicks on, and now it pulls all the way through the rpm range.
If you have a Chevy sonic and haven’t replaced this just to keep things fresh. I highly recommend it if your vehicle doesn’t feel as spunky as it used to. For a loud ticking noise towards the back of the engine, replace the vapor bypass valve next to this part on the intake.
I RETURNED THIS PART ASAP. IT ARRIVED IN GOOD TIME, WHEN I OPENED IT, IT WAS IN A "ACDELCO" PACKAGE, BUT WAS A "BOSCH" PART. I THOUGHT ID GIVE IT A TRY.....THE PART GAVE OFF CEL, STABILITRAK WARNINGS, AND TURNED MY TRAC CONTROL "OFF" THE VEHICLE STARTED TO HESITATE FROM A DIG AND SHAKE WHEN 30MPH REACHED AND REAL ROUGH IDLING. COULD HAVE JUST GOTTEN A FAULTY ONE OF THE BUNCH, BUT IT DID MORE HARM THAN GOOD.
My check engine light was on and running very rough, and the part was identified as the issue. AutoZone wanted 75 bucks for the same part, and Amazon had it for $25. I scored an "opened" version from Amazon Warehouse for $6 and change. The part was easy to replace, as it took me about 5 minutes. Hardest part was getting the T20 bit in through the crowded spot. Once it was in I turned on the ignition and the CEL went off and the car is running better. Seemed to do the trick.
Yes, cars today are much more complex, but the diagnostics are killer. Take your car to any modern auto parts store, the kid will come outside with a $13 diagnostic tool, and in about 30 seconds the tool will know your car's secret life. Back inside, he writes the codes into the computer, and it tells you what is wrong, and usually, what part to buy. This part is right on top of the engine, requires only a phillips #2 screwdriver, and it makes the engine light go off. Do it.
This part did not fit my 2012 Chevy Cruz 1.4L Turbocharged even though Amazon said it fit. It has a different connector.
Edit: Turns out my mechanic gave me the wrong part name. This part is fine, it is just not the part I needed. I needed part #213-3907 GM Original Equipment Intake Air Pressure and Temperature Sensor. Changed review to 5 stars.
This part did not fit my 2012 chevy cruze lt. i believe this item amazon said would not fit my car (so worked as expected) i went through with the purchase because there was another item posted that was the same part number and said it would fit my car. i chose this one because it qualified for prime shipping.
With all of this being said my misfortune is of no fault of the seller and the parts came in a timely matter.