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Engine diagnostics i drive a 2000 Mitsibushi Colt Gl (engine 1298) and recently my engine diagnostic light has been flasing on the dashboard - what is this and what do i do?

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  • senglish814 Jan 12, 2009

    many thanks - will see mechanic today.

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If the light says Service Engine Soon, you can go to Auto Zone and they are glad to hook up a diagnostic code reader and let you know what is wrong with the car. I hope that it is nothing major. My fingers are crossed for you.

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