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Hi Tom, The 0340 is pointing toward the camshaft position sensor on the engine, but that is likely to cause engine missing or other running issues of the engine. However the 0582 points to the vacuum
Hi Tom, The only other simple cause would be if for some reason your brake switch is activated all the time. Are the brake lights "on" all the time by chance? Another approach would be to see if you
Hi Tom, Check fuse 7 (20 amp) in the fuse box at the left end of the dash. Roland
Hi Oleg, What do you mean by "overheating at idle". If the fan coming on is what concerns you, that would be expected. Idling for 5 minutes I assume is not required in your normal usage. The air should
Hi Oleg, What you described doesn't specify "overheats" at idle, unless when the fan comes on after 5 minutes when parked you are thinking that is "overheating". If you haven't flushed the system you