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Old 27th May 2011
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Default P1110 - From tune, or just disconnected vacuum line?

I am getting a P1110 code currently. My car just got out of the shop, did they accidentally not connect one of my vacuum lines when they were poking around under the hood?

Can this code result from my car getting a stage 1 tune? Or is the idea of a loose vacuum line the more likely one?


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Sorry found your post... a bad park assist huh?! Crazy.
Glad it's running.

The P1110 code you're getting is probably a vacuum leak... It's associated with the bypass valve function which has three different vacuum lines associated with it.
Just make sure everything is put together correctly.
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The park assist thing was seriously mind blowing.


But yeah, checked and poked around under the hood, was just a loose vacuum line, it was awfully obvious once I just started peeking around down there. All good now
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