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TWO CODES THATS NOT IN THE MANUAL.

Hi my name is edward and i have a 1993 pontiac transport se . 3.8 L .my problem started when i took it in for a dianostic check ,cause my check engine light is on. The codes that show up where two codes were code 46 & 47 . code 46 states, UWART LINK PROBLEM. And code 47 states POWER STEERING SWITCH /PROBLEM. what could i do to fix this. i also change peices for my van. i have all the tools and jacks and every thing i do for safety. please help me.

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I would not worry about the code 47 the code 46 is a pcm communication problem that is what turned the light on the power steering usually will not turn the light on i would check all my fuses first for the code 46 is there any other noticeable problems like with heater or a/c that may help me help u solve the problem

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