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Old 08-28-2016, 12:17 PM
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Anything's possible, but without confirming either one is bad, one is only guessing, which can get expensive and not necessarily fix the problem. I doubt that a converter is causing a "spike." They will either become inefficient, which will have no affect on performance and tend to set a P0420 or P0430 code, or, they become restrictive, which would cause a loss of power. Best way to test for restriction is with an exhaust back-pressure tester.
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I just started to get back to this PF after about a week of working on my Element.

I just started the engine and I am getting the P1165 SWL_CON_VC_SW/CIRC.

I just changed that part. Maybe I have it in backwards?
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Or maybe the hoses are in the wrong place.

I just looked up what this code is and appearantly it is the vacuum part on the side driver fender.



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Old 08-29-2016, 10:20 AM
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I just erased the code and it hasnt come back, it may have been because I was spraying brake cleaner around rubber vacuum hoses.
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Old 07-13-2019, 08:47 AM
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It's not easy to erase the code but if you have locksmith around they can easily remove it.
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