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2003 toyote sienna- the check engine light came on

I just had the oil changed at the dealership last week and as of this morning when the light came on both the oil level is fine as well as the engine coolant and did not run hot on the temp gauge when driving.

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The check engine light comes on when theres a sensor problem... you can take it to autozone they will check it for free and tell you what the problem is....

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