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Old 10-12-2013, 06:00 AM
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about a week later, it started with a new symptom of sputtering, check engine lights back on and now idles rough. I got the codes read and there were more error codes presented now. Here they are:

p0300, p0175, p1350, p1342, p1347, p1344, p1346, p1083, p1085, p1500, p0172
Just curious...when I look up info about all the OBD fault codes you listed...I see a lot of things that would suggest checking certain areas first that don't necessarily require spending money for parts just yet.

I see lots of issues with miss-fires in specific cylinders & vacuum leaks. Since an internal combustion engine requires spark, fuel, and air...some deduction/investigation as to why these miss-fires are occurring should be looked at...which should then point you in the direction of the likely culprit(s).

If you've already checked out the info at the links below (found by typing the DTC code in a google search box)...then never mind. I only posted it because you didn't give any indication that you've already researched the codes to see what may have caused them...then dismissed any that don't apply.
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