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Old 08 July 2010, 11:28   #11
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Originally Posted by shrek25 View Post
the problem was that the engine had shut it's self down as it had over reved compaired to it's throtle position, the fault code was 57 i think. 265 and the engine is up and running again, was this a fair price to fix it?
Did they replace any parts like a throttle position sensor or just do an adjustment?


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