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I got this trouble code p1610 and it reads manfacurer control

This car dont start igot fire on the spark plugs but no inyector pulse and my scaner reads code #_p1610 manfacurer control and i want to know what itis

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P 1610 means you have a bad o2 sensor. since the sensor wasn't functioning properly it was telling your engine to run rich which caused alot of carbon build up on your spark plugs they spark but don't put out enough spark to ignite. replace your plugs with NGK platinum plugs. gap them to the correct size. and try again then get a new o2 sensor and that should fix the problem. write back and tell me how it works out!

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