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Hi, i have a 2001 subaru b4 legacy RSK and i brought it 3 days ago secand hand, there is a orange engine light that stays on all the time. The guy we brought it from said he takes it to get serviced by a subaru mechanic and he said to disconnect the batt then reconnect it and it should go off, but it is still on, what could be the cause of this light being on? thanks

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You need to go to autozone or advance auto parts and do an obd 2 scan to find out the codes on why the engine light is on. The codes will give you a course of action to remedy the problem

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