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2005 Freestar there is an engine light on

This may sound silly but I have an engine light on I thought it was low on oil but I put oil in but its still on? I don't have a manual. I was told it would cost me $80 for a manual for the minivan.

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Go to your loca Advanced Auto or Auto zone and ask for a FREE check engine diagnostics test
They will hook up a tester and tell you exactly what is wrong.
I bet 10$ its a 02 sensor or a MAF (mass air flow sensor)
Just drop by and they will handle it for you and even give you prices on the replacement part.

GOOD LUCK
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This is most likely the Check Engine Lite, it means that there is a problem with the emission control system, go to a Kragen and have the system tested for trouble codes.

Posted on Sep 11, 2008

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