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I am traveling for the holidays and I stopped to get gas in my 2006 vw beetle , after I started it back up, the engine light came on, not flashing , just staying on. does anyone know if I can proceed to driving it back home to my mechanic. Concerned about causing further problems or breaking down .

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Your motor warning light can mean lots of things
disconnect the battery for about 3 hours or over night if you can
the try again if the light is still on then you have a problem if it goes off then a sensor was just testing you lol
give it ago as i said there are so many different things that it could be

Posted on Dec 28, 2008

  • ricky horwood
    ricky horwood Dec 28, 2008

    your factory radio will probably ask you for a security code so make Shaw you have it

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