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Thank you so much you are very nice and i wish you the best on the car ronnie

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Billy :

I'm Billy and i will assist you with this.
Billy :

The codes you have (the ones not interpreted) mean the following:
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p1351: glow relay circuit faulty, p1586: power supply to rail sensor, air mass meter, EGR valve: voltage too low.
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These problems are the ones causing the no start issue...........
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And now, the most probable reason for your problem, would be faulty wiring.
Billy :

So i suggest that you check the wiring harness thoroughly, and the fuse boxes (connectors, fuses etc.....)
Billy :

As these are the most probable culprits.
Billy :

It could be a faulty ECU (engine control unit), however, i think that faulty wiring is the most likely cause.......
Billy :

Regards,
Billy :

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Rating Ronnie


go back to your original post or look it up in your problems you submitted. from your profile....then from there you can rate the guy ( ronnie) who answered your inquiry.

do not click the submit another problem button if you want to add a comment or continue your communication with the expert..because that would be considered as another problem..aand you would not be able to rate the expert and would not post the original problem...

now you have to rate me again with this posting...

tnx for using fixya,

i hope i answered your inquiry..

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