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I have a diagnostics code po 0113 that popped up during inspection of my 03 subaru baja

What can cause this code to pop up and how can I fix it?

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Need more info.... Did you check vacuum line, Solinoid,test unit with vacuum pump? Let me know and I will try to assist you.

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Your fuel system is too lean. It's typically the primary O2 sensor (on the pipe between the engine and the catalytic converter). The mass airflow sensor is also possible but the O2 sensor is a wear item requiring periodic replacement and is more likely.

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