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I turned the key on and off 3 times on my 97 town and country and got a code of 1 2 4 3 5 5 and I cant find anything on the internet can you help

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The 55 problem code is no more codes stored, or end of cycle. code 43 is problem in power module to logic module interface. code 12 is battery or computer recently disconnected. have a good day !!

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