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Octane adjust service pin on a 1997 town car got service code says open p1390 where and what does it do

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It means octane adjust (oct adj) out of self- test range

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    check for vacume leak at intake manifold. check pcv vacume line at intake manifold for rotten rubber hose with a hole in it.

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