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98 Sl2 Shakes a lot. Its throwing codes 702, 303, 327, and 122. I replaced the knock sensor and tps replaced wires, plugs and fuel injector. Could it be a wiring harness?


Hi Chelsea, You do know after fixing the error code problems you need to reset the computer to wipe the error codes... But before disconnecting the battery make sure you have the radio code.... The link below is a web site link with prompts to error codes and solutions.........CHEERS..
http://codes.rennacs.com/PCodeSelectDetails.php

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Intermittent check engine light


Have you checked it to see what error code it is throwing when it's on? It could be as simple as Gas cap not sealing properly to a oxygen sensor. I would put some good fuel injector cleaner in it and a tank of premium gas. Bad he's can also throw intermittent code

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Abs wheel sensor


nice noun, can i buy some verbs or even a real question?
mine are black. and cute.
are yours>? LOL
are you using a ABS scan tool?
btw , bad brake can cause the ABS to throw errors.
after all it must be able to stop a skid or it throw codes (DTC)

the sensor see the skid
the ABS stops it, if it cant , it can throw codes.
imagine brake linings (pads) soak in grease or DOT3.
the ABS may think the sensor is bad because it dont slow down.
see?
so make sure all brakes are good and lines bled first.
the scan the ABS .

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My service engine soon light wont go off...what do i do to fix it?


You need to have a code reader pull the error codes from your computer. REMEMBER the codes are a CLUE and not necessarily the cause. An intake leak, for example, can throw misfire and oxygen sensor errors.....

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I have these three error codes showing, could one issue cause all three of these codes?


You have three error codes, but failed to tell us what they are

You provided no vehicle discription,no vehicle problems

One issue could cause 3 or more codes,but you have to
know OBD2 Systems, to diagnose, or you just throw parts at the
codes

Codes have nothing to do with parts needed or a solution to
any issues. They are sensors reporting an out of range condition

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those codes are for a misfire if you've already replaced the plugs and wires and it still throws the same codes check the coil for those 2 cylinders and make sure it's firing if it is check to make sure the fuel injectors are firing on those 2 cylinders a leaking intake wouldn't cause the misfire codes it would throw like a po171 and or a po174 normally

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Engine light came on on 2003 L200 whats the problem


Sorry to tell you, but there are literally hundreds of different error codes that the engine computer can throw to trigger a engine light. Best to take it to someone that can plug it into a computer and find out what the error codes are.

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Error code P1627


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