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Retrieve fault codes check engine light

I am getting the following message: "*p1510-falla en presn servo" can you please tell me What means and what to do? thanks in advance...

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Try going to your local Autozone store and ask them to check
your vehicle for emissions and other engine problems.
This is a free service. They will show you a print out of the probable causes of the problem you are having and the cost of the parts you need to fix your vehicle.

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