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Diagnostic code 2195, 170 and 171 for hyundai elantra?

I had a diagnostic test done on my 2006 Hyundaii Elantrae today because my engine light came on. The code 2195, 170 and 171 came up. There was no record of these codes in the computer at Auto Zone Can you tell me what parts the codes are related to.

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