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Got my 94 Ranger 3.0L V-6 running again. Starts quick and runs until it warms up, it quickly loses power and struggles to stay running. Reader says code 33(EGR problem) and code 512. What now?

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Fix the problems reported by the reader and test run
use the scanner again to see if that has fixed the faults

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