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Check engine light is on

2002 beetle tdi (diesel) has 70000 miles , is this for service ?

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The check engine light indicates that the power control module, which is the computer that controls your cars engine, has detected some event that it is not supposed to. This could be caused by any number of things from a dirty air filter, bad sensors, or dirty spark plugs. You need a OBDI scan tool to read the codes from the computer to see exactly what event the PCM has detected. Once you know what the code is, you'll have a better idea how to fix it.

Any qualified mechanic will have an OBDI scan tool, and many places such as Auto Zone will read the codes for you for free.

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