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Q: I have the p10ED what is it

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Have check engine light code p10ED. What is it?

My car has 45000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Although P10E(x) codes relates to problems with the Valvetronic gear (cam timing sensors and actuators), I am unable to find a P01ED code specifically. The computer will store information that can be read with a professional-level scanner to help pinpoint the problem. I would recommend having a Check Engine Light Inspection completed by a professional technician to read the computer for data and determine what repairs are needed.

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