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It is best to have it check with the car dealership. They know how to detect and fix the problem.
Your car is under warranty. It is best to have it check with the car dealership.
so what does it do when it's all warmed up? It sounds like a vacuum leak problem. Just from the information so far. If #2 and/or #3 look around those cylinders for the leak. Not saying that's where the leak is but it's a good place to start. you should have a scanner and look up the data for the O2 sensors, fuel trims and see if the computer is adding fuel. You could also look at the cylinde
This one is hard to see. You need to go through the wheel well or get under the truck. It bolts to the side of the engine block on a small bracket. It has one electrical connector and 2 vacuum lines.
I would leave your car at a shop so they could start it up in the morning when it is cold. this way they can put a scanner on your vehicle and see what the instrument cluster is doing. A good scanner (one that can scan many different systems and pids) should be able to look at the lights in the instrument cluster and see what they are doing. You could also scan the body control module and see w
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