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I have a 1997 civic and i have code p1399 what is the problem

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    I believe this is for random misfire.

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Autozone can tell you.

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Get your self a EGR valve it is sticking or the EGR port is blocked i can tell you how to test it you have a volt meter but i am 100% THAT WHAT IT IS
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2. Can unplug the EGR valve and apply power to the terminal on the EGR valve that the Pink wire would normally go to and ground the terminal on the EGR valve that the Black wire would normally go to and see if the engine stalls at warm idle.

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