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Hello my fellow people of the planet im having a slight well more than slight issue here my Cruze wouldn’t start it wasn’t getting any fuel so I replaced the fuel pump now she starts but runs poorly and stalls out every so often I’m also getting two different codes that don’t go together but could cause the same issue so I need some help figuring out what my next step should be so the codes I have are

P069E : fuel pump control module requested MIL

P0506 : idle air control system

so I’m not sure if the 506 is referring to a vacuum leak I checked as best as I could but didn’t find any obvious leaks with the soap and water method and there’s no audible whistling and the other code the 69e I’m not sure if that’s referring to the fuel pump I just replaced becuase gm has that down as a “fuel pump module” or if it’s talking about the actual fuel pump driver module located in the trunk. I’m just stuck and it sucks so any leads or someone that has had a similar issue please chime in.
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Is it an Eco with front air shutters? That's the usual P069E code on these.

P0506 (Idle Air Control System RPM lower than expected) - never seen this on a Cruze. The throttle body is the idle air control system, no IAC valve. But it may suggest a large vacuum leak or something causing the idle to surge around (popped valve cover disc/loose intake hose?)
 

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Is it an Eco with front air shutters? That's the usual P069E code on these.

P0506 (Idle Air Control System RPM lower than expected) - never seen this on a Cruze. The throttle body is the idle air control system, no IAC valve. But it may suggest a large vacuum leak or something causing the idle to surge around (popped valve cover disc/loose intake hose?)
Yes it is the eco model
 
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