Question about Chevrolet Camaro
Getting same code twice.
Both of those codes are related to the EGR valve. Locate and remove it. Using a cleaner (brake or carburetor cleaner) and a small brush (non metal) clean it out including the little passages (the jet nozzle "straw" that came with the can of cleaner works great for this".
After cleaning it re-install it and take it to a parts store and have them clear the codes (unless you have a code reader) then drive the car and see if it come up again. if is doesn't great you fixed it!! if it does you'll need to replace the EGR Valve.
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