It’s Christmas already?
whattaya know about SAIP codes...
Start with the ones that cross over to startard P codes, the rest usually disappear afterwards. If you just go in generic obd2 instead of vehicle specific, life is easier.
A few weeks ago wife’s cobalt dummy lights lit up like that for a few days (maybe longer but my wife rarely notices anything on a car) but the lights would shut back off in a few minutes when car was warm and everything worked fine
But when the power steering (electric powered) went erratic sporadic working I parked it and checked ground connections, It turned out it just was corroded battery connections even though they looked fine initially.
Wire brushed everything, no more lit dummy lights and it’s been fine, actually better than what it was because the starter cranks better then it ever did and steering seems easier
Work on PT cruiser post back lol. Could be worse newer Benz are nightmares...
My watercooled ‘98 new beetle only threw one code in the 23 years I owned her. It was for a bad crankshaft position sensor. Other than that, she was bulletproof.
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