Question about 1999 Chevrolet Astro
That is an O2 sensor error code. Before replacing the O2 sensor for $100-$150, try using fuel injector cleaner in a new full tank of gas twice all the way to empty. Clear the code, if it hasn't cleared itself (older models sometimes will not clear themselves) and see if it comes back. If it doesn't then you are good. But, if it is a really old sensor it may need to be replaced.
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