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If you are sure that is the right DTC, P0299 is not a generic OBD-II DTC (Data Trouble Code), and it is a manufacturer specific trouble code that is for an under-boost problem, and it would most likely be related to a problem with a turbo-charger.

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Code number for o2 sensor voltage low


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Po316, po 300, po301, po305 2004 ford freestar


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PO 174= SYSTEM TOO LEAN (BANK 2)
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