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How to perform OBD2 self-diagnostics test on a 2005 2.0L Mitsubishi Lancer

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anytime you do the self-diagnostic you will almost always get those 2 codes.

12 - direct power input to the PCM has been disconnected within the last 50 key-on cycles

55 - End of error messages

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