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Do you have rmp meter in the car.automatic have higher rpm,
then regular.it chould some 1000 a 1200 rpm
Posted on Oct 18, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If,for example,your code is 2345 press button 1 twice,2tree times and ect.Finnish with button 5 to enter code
Posted on Dec 02, 2009
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Hi Dawn not sure if this fault has been solved yet? It sounds like two separate faults i don't think there connected. It would be a help if your friend had a code reader to see why the engine light comes on this may give a clue to what is going on. A stab in the dark disconnect the maf sensor and try. The ECU will set a default setting and the car will run as if it is connected. If this rectifies the starting/running issues fit a new maf sensor do not just leave it disconnected.If the fault remains a code reader needs to be hooked up to diagnose what is bringing on the engine light and that needs to be rectified 1st.The engine and transmission should run in harmony with each other so I wouldn't completely rule out the transmission issue being connected. The MAF sensor is on the air intake to the Air filter box Good luck
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