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Diagnostic Trouble code E510

I get this code when I turn on the ignition. The car runs fine with no apparent problems apart from the fact that the Aircon does not work too well.
Can you help please and tell me what this code E510 means, so that I can decide what to do about it.

Thanks in anticipation.

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Remove your postive battery cabel for 10 mins to clear all of the codes, if it persists, take it up to autozone and tell them you need a trouble code done, it is free and will tell them exactly what is wrong.

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