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Trouble codes I am working on a 95 windstar and i replaced the head gaskets on it because the customer overheated it. Once complete, I started the engine and the van would not idle and after a little while the check engine light came on. I ran the codes and P1152 came on the display. The Haynes manual does not list the code can you please advise me on what this should be

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