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NO J1850 BUS MSGS RECEIVED

THE CAR STARS AND RUNS, BUT ACTIVATES SEVERAL WARNING LIGHTS, SUCH AS: SEAT BELT, CHECK ENGINE, FUEL.

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1. Do you have your seat belt on? :)
2. Emissions problem?
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