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I have several codes in my 99 Chevy S-10, po171, po174, po303, p1509. could there bo a common problem/

Replaced motor, fuel spider, MAF, all 3 O2 sensors, drained and replaced fuel, new plugs, cap, and rotor. Truck has a small exhaust leak around header pipe. Truck runs well until it goes into closed loop.

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Could be bad plugs wires,dirty fuel filter,dirty MAF sensor,put some fuel cleaner good one,

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They are related mostly. All have to do with air intake. 170 codes are both sides running lean, to much air. 303 is a #3 misfire, could be a vacuum leak around the plenum. you replaced the spider. Could be the injector not seated right(smell for gas in the oil/dipstick), also could be a bad wire or spark plug. 1509 is an electrical problem with the idle air control motor. Check the plug for corrosion. Also wires usually break a round the plug. This also could be the problems with too much air.

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