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    Quote Originally Posted by dareall View Post
    isn't DTC the acronym for Diagnostic Trouble Code?? Is referring to DTC as "DTC codes" as redundant as saying "ATM machine" or "VIN number"???
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    I got a po455 emission control leak. Help? What could cause this?

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    fuel cap on tightly?

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    Yes. Just checked it. Could it me my iac?

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    Checked a few lines that are air and fuel related. Could this be a problem?

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    P0125 Insufficient Coolant Temp For Closed Loop Fuel Control

    I have this one. -_-

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    Does your temp gauge on the dash reach normal? Do you have any heat? If not, you will need a new thermostat. If you are reaching temp and have heat (or just have heat), then your temp sensor(s) are bad. The top one is feeding the computer and the bottom one feeds the gauge.
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