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Plastic Surgeon Practice no 0507288 use ICD10: C44.2/M8090/3 for consultation and discovery said Secondary dianostic code is not on list.. Please help

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Hi, I am an ASE certified auto repair technician with 35 years experience, specializing in diagnostics. If my answer helped you a positive testimonial is appreciated, good luck with your problem.

These codes tell you the trouble codes listed below have been registered. The most common problem is when the SAI solenoid is bad it only costs about $25 on most models. And it normally only takes 10 minutes to install. I would highly recommend getting a good repair manual to guide you through this, and any future repairs.

P1412 - Secondary air system fault bank 1Drive cycle D:Signal implausible
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Those codes are associated with the Secondary Air Injection. I too had the same codes on my 2003 Discovery. From reading Land Rover forums online, I determined that it is likely the Secondary Air Injection Solenoid that has gone bad. It is a $20 part that you can buy on and install yourself without any tools. The hardest part was getting the original solenoid off -- it is simply clipped on with a plastic arm that is built into the part.

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