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2007 Mitsubishi Galant TCL Off light and service engine soon light

My TCL off light has come on many times in the past but not caused too many problems before now. Also when it is cold out the car feels like it is misfiring some but goes away after driving a while. However, this time i was driving down the road when both the TCL off light and the service engine soon light came on and my car is misfiring. I didn't do anything? I wondered if any had an idea of what this might be so i can have an idea of how much its going to cost me!

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TCL is controlled by ABS system,could have an abs sensor going bad. There is alot of things that could cause a misfire,mass air flow sensor could be dirty or need replaced.Best bet is to take to someone with computer that can read what all sensors are doing in vehicle.

Posted on Nov 01, 2012

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it mearns that the computer is sensing a failure. You will need to see if it has logged any codes, and troubleshoot from there. You can go to many auto parts suppliers (autozone, ect) and many will read the codes for you, or you can purchase code reader and do it yourself

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only way to retrieve trouble codes is by using a scaning tool. after reading the codes you can work in the sistem that fails.

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