Question about Saturn Cars & Trucks
Was originally running rough. Saw the P0301, changed the plugs, now getting P0301 and P0410 after driving maybe 15 miles
Posted by Anonymous on
Here's a link on your P0301 code. P0301 OBD II Trouble Code Here's the link for the P0401 code. P0401 Saturn Exhaust Gas Recirculation Flow Insufficient your egr passage may be blocked.
Posted on Jun 29, 2017
Testimonial: "The P0410 error code, ended up being a vacuum line was either removed on "accident" or bumped off. Not sure if possible, but the P0301 didn't come back after fixing the vacuum leak. However, prior to the P0410, as commented above, we did replace the spark plugs. Not sure if that is how the vacuum line next to the firewall of the car, got disconnected or not. But all is good now. Sorry it was fixed before the responses came in. But you have what fixed this particular car's issue now."
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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