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Q: Transmission not working properly

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What do I need to do to have the following codes fixed: P0133, P0410, and P0301?

A: Hi. P0133 is a code for the oxygen sensor b...

Hi. P0133 is a code for the oxygen sensor bank one sensor. P0410 is a code for the secondary air injection system malfunction and a P0301 is a code for a misfire on cylinder 1. I would suggest having a certified mechanic, like one from YourMechanic, inspect the vehicle's trouble codes to pinpoint the faults your vehicle has.

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