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2006 ss will not go into 4cylinder mode when not acceleratingl

My 2006 ss will not drop into 4 cylinder mode while I am in a non-accelerating speed

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You have codes so check engine light should be on, if not on does check engine light come on at all when key is first turned to where the dash lights come on? Also is this a V8?

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