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OBD2 CODE P1170

Have a scaner pull out code p1170. My book does not have listing for madza.The will lack power on take-off.Also code po300 &po302.

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Front heated O2 sensor no inversion. It means that the signal isn't increasing like it should. Most likely the O2 sensor is bad. It could also be a short or that the wires aren't plugged in all the way. Another possibility is that the PCM isn't getting vacuum signal.

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