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1995 Isuzu Trooper S 3.2L Code 44 VIN: JACDJ58V6S
Hello everyone and thanks for the help on this one. This vehicle is not equipped with a Baro sensor or a MAF sensor. We installed a new timing belt into this vehicle with all new rollers and Isuzu tensioner and the vehicle was gone 2 weeks and we were inform... Trouble codes: 44 (lean exhaust).
1981 Toyota Corolla DLX 1.8L charge fuse VIN: JT2TE72W7B
Thanks to everyone for responding.After what I thought was a thorough check of all connetions mentioned under the hood,I decided to replace the alternator.Wrong decision,it still showed a 'no charge.'So I went back over all of the underhood connections again,j...
1997 Toyota Camry CE 2.2L MIL Lamp on VIN: 4T1BG22K8V
No one filled me in about the post o2 but its probably not the problem.The fuel trims should hang around 0,no vac leaks found with smoke machine (egr valve and transducer seep smoke as most cars do)I will go after valve timing when car comes back. Trouble codes: P0171.
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