Q: Error code P0139.

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The Check Engine light is on. I get error code P0139.

Hello, you are going to have to take your car to the dealer. There is a Technical Service Bulletin (TSB) 18 033 06. This TSB will refer you to having the software updated in the engine PCM and transmission control unit.

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