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What do the codes 34 and 42 stand for for a obd 1 scanner for gm

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Problem code 34 is in map sensor curcuit is to high. code 42 is electronic spark timing malfunction. for 42 replace est module in distributor, it has the est built into it. it controls the timing. code 34-- replacing map sensor should solve problem. good- luck!!

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Sometimes you need a vehicle or engine or year

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