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First we need the code numbers and hopefully that the codes are retrieved using the Tech 2 scanner.
Nothing is worse chasing the wrong problem replacing unnecessary parts because the scan tool used could not decipher the code correctly.
It's getting tricky with cars from about 2000 and up since there are so many codes not mandated within the OBD2 standard.
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