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I HAVE A 1997 CEVY SUBURBAN 2500 5.7 ENG, 4/4. I HAVE OBD CODE 151. AND NEED TO KNOW WHAT IT MEANS, SOME TIMES IT RUN GOOD AN THEN SOME TIMES NOT SO GOOD .WHAT MUST I DO WITH THAT CODE TO FIX .MY NAME MARVIN MY EMAIL IS KORNEGAYENT@VERIZON.NET

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