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Engine management light


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Common causes include:
- Vacuum leaks
- Clogged or faulty Mass Air Flow sensor (MAF)
- Faulty PCV valve or other parts of PCV system
- Stuck open purge valve/solenoid
- Faulty oxygen sensor
- Improperly installed aftermarket intake
- Low fuel pressure
- Clogged-up catalytic converter
Read more: Catalytic Converter: problems, replacement options.

I would check the inlet manifold for any loose or cracked hoses and also any leaks, spray WD40 around areas that if drawn in the revs will increase stating that there is an air leak

Also check the exhaust system for leaks as this will also flag the code

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