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Read the codes with an OBDII code reader. they are available at most part stores..........note: some parts stores will read your codes for free if you can get your vehicle there. once we know the reason for the check engine light we'll be able to go from there

Posted on Jan 03, 2009

  • s60six Jan 03, 2009

    sorry i read your earlier post wrong i read engine light is on, again sorry


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