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Code P0128 and P0133 , also had my oil changed a few weeks back, still have 3,000 until the next. and my oil was low. took it to a dealer and he said my coolant was low. and the two problem codes came up. Drove home and as i was accelerating on the free way, power gave way and big smoke out the tail pipe. ??????

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