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2003 turbo bug trouble codes? how do I find them on the car and internet? Do I need to buy a scan tool? The thing started missing really bad, like a maf sensor or vacuum leak, it's not drivable, don't want to tow it.

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If you are not able to drive the car then buying an OBDII scanner will be the only way to get the codes. If you have a Autzone/Kragen near by you can drive to them and have them pull the codes. This website has a really good writeup on how to trouble shoot a engine misfire at home. Following this guide you can troubleshoot the misfire without a scanner tool. You can also reference this writeup for misfires.

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