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Check engine light is on - 3 codes 17748,17573,17755. Fuel mileage is down significantly, as is engine power

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17748 camshaft sensor and crankshaft sensor incorrect correlation [bank 1]. Valve timing is most probably incorrectly set. 17573 Rich mixture. Can be caused by high fuel pressure. -Faulty Lambda Probes. - Blockage in exhaust system[ loose baffles] - Blockage in inlet[clogged air filter] Petrol tank breather system [faulty canister purge valve]. 17755 same as 17748 but bank two. Check valve timing, Fuel pressure and for loose baffles in exhaust system.

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