The consensus is, it is probably a low voltage problem. Either a battery problem or a possibly a a bad wire (somewhere). It wouldn't hurt to have the battery load tested to rule it out. You have made no mention of an attempt to repair so I would clear the code and after load testing and charging the battery .
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