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Old 04-24-2020, 04:24 PM   #1
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98 camaro limp mode problem

i have a 98 camaro v-6 that goes into limp mode and cant figure out whats causing it to go into imp mode. i cleaned the mass air intake sensor, and the mass airflow part is cleaned spotless and the butterfly.The throttle body part is clean to. and the egr valve is clean too. but cant figure out what sensor is causing it to go into limp mode or what is else causing it to go into limp mode? could someone answer me or can i talk to someone on the phone about this?
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Limp problem

Is the SES light on? Do you have a way of reading out error codes?

You can pick up a Bluetooth adaptor that plugs into the OBD2 port and then read it out on your smartphone or notebook. There are a number of programs available on the Play Store, I have 'Torque' installed on my smartphone and it works great for this.
The error codes and any other details of how it is acting would be helpful, let me know.
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