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DTC P0505: Idle Air Control system problem
Probable causes:

  1. Sensor or solenoid faulty
  2. Connector terminal contact damaged or corroded
  3. Control unit software needs updating
  4. PCM or ECM faulty
  5. Vacuum leaks, damaged hoses or incorrect routing

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