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Po108 and po172 - 1997 Plymouth Grand Voyager

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P0108: MAP sensor circuit high input
P0172: System too rich (bank 1)
Possible repair for '108', replace the Map sensor. Clear codes and run car. If ok, the MAP sensor may have caused the '172' error. Hope this helps.

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