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Nissan pathfinder -service engine soon light on

Took it to dealer, they found codes P1140,P1147,P0158,P0138.I can't afford to have them do it, any idea if there is a way to fix for less?

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ALL those codes at once ! When was it last in for service? Haven't recently filled up with gas somewhere different by chance? First thing I'd do is add some fuel additive with moisture remover, and system cleaner, and see what that does, if you can still drive vehicle without too much trouble. What & when exactly did all this start, and what is vehicle doing?

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