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Po 150 code

Has come on 3 times cleared itself last time , usally happens when go over bumpy road is it just lose conextion??

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  • leannl
    leannl Nov 24, 2013

    drove it there with it on this time not stupid :( !! finally got the code PO150 dont want to be done with having to fit new cat??

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