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While an lighted symbol with work check came on. What does this m

I checked oil, trnasmission fluid and added anti freeze the lighted work check remains on.

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    the problem has been solved. I needed an oxygen sensor. Thank you.

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Check the sensors for the oil or fluid.. sometimes they need replacement too. hope this helps. cheers! 

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