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Most likely this is a false code being shown due to a faulty Map Sensor or O2 Sensor. Replace the O2 Sensor at the downstream position and double check any exposed wires for damage. I have had this problem in other vehicles, it turned out to be an exposed wire on the Downstream O2 sensor that was grounding causing a problem and a bad O2 Sensor. The MAP sensor will do the same thing on occasion but is less likely.
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