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I have a P1352 fault on my chevy malibu I replaced icm and coil still have same fault

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Was the code P1352 (ERASED) after the repairs were made? After all repairs are made for any (DTC) the code must be must be erased from the cars computer (ECM),other wise the cod will keep comming up as a stored trouble code.I hope you find this helpfull.Good luck.

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