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Q: Getting a Check Engine code P0320.

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I'm getting a Check Engine code P0320. What do I need to have done?

A: This code signifies that the engine speed c...

This code signifies that the engine speed circuit for the ignition system is having a fault. I would recommend that you have this diagnosed by an experienced mechanic, like the one at YourMechanic, so they can find and correct the cause of your P0320 code.

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