Subaru P1087 OBD2 Check Engine Light Cause & Repair Info for Powertrain Fault Codes.
Repair Information, Analysis, and Likely Causes for OBD-II Fault Code P1087 - Tumble generator valve No.2 (LH) Position Sensor Circuit high input|
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and network communication systems. Some fault codes indicate real
problems with your vehicle and some indicate faulty sensors,
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P1087 - (Manufacturer Specific)|
Fuel & Air metering, Auxiliary emission controls
DTC Description: Tumble generator valve No.2 (LH) Position Sensor Circuit high input
Valve 2 LH
End of Range - Circuit Higher Than Expected
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