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Check engine lights on

The check engine icon is lit on my dashboard. All fluids are full and the car seems to run ok. Is there a sensor or something set to go off at certain mileage? The car is a 2004 Dodge neon sxt and has just under 49k miles on it.

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You don't have to get it scanned and pay...just put the key in the ignition and turn the car on-off-on-off-on (don't turn ignition on, just power), after 3 turns of the key if there are any trouble codes they should show up in your odometer. There will be "---" between code flashes and when it is done showing codes it will say "done". Google the specific codes it gives you and in a few places they have the full list of code meanings.

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    I did this and nothing happened. Any other ideas?????

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There is not a specific sensor to change. You have to have it scanned to retrieve a code from the computer. That will point you in the general direction of where to go. Have it scanned and post what the code is for an answer.

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