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2007 Mitsubishi Outlander Servive Engine Soon Light ON

Its 15deg outside ran the suv at 10mph for about 10 miles on icy roads. Then the service engine soon light came on and there was no power, had to stick my foot to the floor to get it to move just a little bit. Gas is over a half tank, clean filter. Any ideas HELP PLEASE!!

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    service engine soon light on at no reason. car is running good

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The first thing you should do is have the codes read. Most auto parts stores and many repair shops will do this for free. After you have them read you can post them back here and I can help you figure out what might be going on.

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