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Old 01-23-2011, 08:50 PM
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SO this has turned into a trip from hell. 300 miles in, started smelling dexcool in the cab, lived with it for another 200 miles to destination and, the next day it went all out, white fog in the cab and leaking a whole bunch. So bypassed the heater core, also got these two codes p0101, and p0107, codes came before the dexcool smell. car is running like normal doesnt seem to have any, issues other then the light on the dash, but would like to attempt to fix, i know what both the codes mean, but with the two of them do the have any thing to do with each other? Oh and its a 04 blazer 4x4

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You can find them in the Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs) section.
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Thanks i know what they meant just wondering if there was a reason for the two of them like if anyone has had clogged cats, or any other reason shoot codes like this.
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You need to read through the diagnostic sheets to look for similarities. You can also try searching for "p0101+p0107" to see if anyone else has had theses two codes together before.
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Thanks seems like both talk about vaccum leaks and misrouted crankcase lines. Will have to check around for a vacuum leak, currently have a 700 mile drive home today, hopfully all goes well and i will check back one i check some things once home with my tools
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