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So my car generally speaking seems to fun fine besides some stutter at idle, and we've had it once or twice die when decelerating quickly off of the highway. I recently replaced the coolant reservoir because it had a big crack in the bottom but it is still slowly leaking coolant from somewhere. I bought some Stop Leak coolant sealant that I just put in yesterday.... I ordered a new Vapor Canister Purge Valve Solenoid for one of the codes that likely will fix that issue, and is cheap and easy. The underboost I'm going to have a friend do a boost leak test to see if there's a leak somewhere otherwise I may have to look at replacing turbo, but what about the other codes I hardly found any info on the P0650 for some reason it seems like no one seems to get that code, haha? Car has around 180k miles.
 

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So my car generally speaking seems to fun fine besides some stutter at idle, and we've had it once or twice die when decelerating quickly off of the highway. I recently replaced the coolant reservoir because it had a big crack in the bottom but it is still slowly leaking coolant from somewhere. I bought some Stop Leak coolant sealant that I just put in yesterday.... I ordered a new Vapor Canister Purge Valve Solenoid for one of the codes that likely will fix that issue, and is cheap and easy. The underboost I'm going to have a friend do a boost leak test to see if there's a leak somewhere otherwise I may have to look at replacing turbo, but what about the other codes I hardly found any info on the P0650 for some reason it seems like no one seems to get that code, haha? Car has around 180k miles.
Potential causes for P0650 may include:

Burned out MIL bulb/LED
MIL wiring problem (short or open electrical condition)
Poor electrical connection at the bulb/cluster/PCM
Failed/faulty PCM
Read more at: P0650 Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL) Control Circuit


Check the connection at the water outlet. It has a tendency to disintegrate and crack.


Potential causes of a P0299 turbo underboost code include:

Intake (induction) air restriction or leak
Failed or damaged turbocharger (sticking, binding, etc.)
Faulty boost/charge pressure sensor
Read more at: P0299 Turbocharger/Supercharger A Underboost Condition


Potential causes for this code, P0299, to set are:

Defective O2 sensor(s)
Burnt, broken, or disconnected wiring and/or connectors
Defective catalytic converter
Engine exhaust leaks
Read more at: P015A O2 Sensor Delayed Response - Rich to Lean (Bank 1 Sensor 1)

Potential causes for this code, P015a,to set are:

Defective O2 sensor(s)
Burnt, broken, or disconnected wiring and/or connectors
Defective catalytic converter
Engine exhaust leaks
Read more at: P015A O2 Sensor Delayed Response - Rich to Lean (Bank 1 Sensor 1)


The causes for this DTC, P2270, may include:

Exhaust leak near O2 sensor
Contaminated or failed HO2S2 (Sensor 2)
HO2S2 wiring/circuit problem
Loose installation of HO2S2
Fuel pressure incorrect
Faulty fuel injector
Engine coolant leak
Faulty purge solenoid valve
PCM has failed
Read more at: P2270 O2 Sensor Signal Biased/Stuck Lean Bank 1 Sensor 2


Potential causes of a P0496 EVAP code include:

Faulty purge or vent solenod/valve
Plugged EVAP canister
Failed EVAP / fuel pressure sensor
Poor electrical connection
Faulty canister purge valve
Blocked vapor canister
Faulty vent solenoid
Read more at: P0496 EVAP Flow During A Non-Purge Condition


Causes for this engine code, P00B7, may include:

Low coolant
Stuck thermostat
Defective ECT sensor
Faulty radiator coolant temperature sensor
Shorted or open circuits or connectors
Bad PCM or PCM programming error
Read more at: P00B7 Engine Coolant Flow Low/Performance
 
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