Q: Car computer showing several fault codes.

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My engine computer is giving me several fault codes, including P0352, P0302, P0300, P0305, P01297108.

I would have a technician tune the car up and replace the spark plugs and coil packs. That is the code for misfire and coil pack problems. Code p01297 is a code for the map sensor. You could have a shorted wire going to the sensor or the sensor itself could be bad. I would have a technician check voltages on that as well.

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