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I pulled my codes today from my 2000 dodge durango and the codes are P0201-P0208(injectors contr. circ) and P1491 (radiator fan contr. relay circ.) what does all this mean and how do I fix it? I am a woman and I need assistance please....

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You will need a repair shop that has
the knowledge to diagnose those issues
and find the causes of the codes

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