Hello. You can try that again. But my suggestion would be the old "seafoam trick." Basically, you buy a can of seafoam at the parts store ($7.00). Go home and when no one is around (neighbors included), you start the car, open the good, pull the brake booster vacuum l okay be, and stick it in the seafoam bottle until it sucks up all of the seafoam. The car will smoke like a chimney. Turn it off one the seafoam is all gone. Let it sit a while (at least 30 minutes) and then go for a drive. Drive it like it's stolen. Clear your codes. They'll probably stay gone for a few months. Here's a YouTube video:
Don't drink seafoam. Please. Just let your car drink it instead. There are some other tricks we can try, but this is the most legal and cheapest one so let's start with it.
PS - This will not completely fix the problem. It just buys you some time. It is most definitely a backyard kind of trick and most shops will not do it for you. It is not generally accepted practice, but it does work.
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Thursday, May 13th, 2021 AT 3:45 AM