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Without the year, make, model of the vehicle in question it makes it hard to determine what might be the issue. Assuming your car has an error code of E7 it has a computer and you have pulled the code. Try a google search and match to the vehicle as many car companies could use the same code number but for different faults. Many of these aren't cut and dry with one failing component causing the issue or tripping the code. It is a process of elimination at that point. Some of these can be tested simply using a multimeter. If you suspect one device, google how to test it to determine if it is indeed good or bad. Go down the line from there. Good luck
Posted on Nov 26, 2014
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