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CODE P1211 HOW TO FIX

INJECTOR CONTROL PRESSURE ABOVE/BELOW SMOKING NO POWER WHAT PARTS DO I NEED

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Code P1211 is 'Manufactured Controlled Fuel & air metering , ICP not controllable, ICP over/under desired value'
The problem regards the electronic injection tune control module, and is quite complex to troubleshoot, here is some hint on what it means.

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