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Check engine light came on while driving

1991 dodge b-350 5.9 ltr. check engine lite comes on and exhaust fumes come in passenger compartment

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Exhaust in passenger compartment means that your ride has exhaust leak. Check for any damaged component and repair or replace the component. For further assistance you can refer:

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YOU HAVE AN EXHAUST LEAK ON THE FRONT END OF THE EXHAUST SYSTEM.GET THAT FIXED ASAP! THAT IS CARBON MONOXIDE!

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I would suggest taking this to the dealer....it could be coming through the a.c. vents. Since its a brand new truck....let them **** with it.

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Turn key to on, then off, then on, then off, then on & leave it on, (not start, just to on) then count the number of flashes of check engine light. It will flash,then have a small pause, then flash again. It will be a 2 digit number, for example: 2 flashes, pause, 2 more flashes, will be code 22. 3 flashes, pause, then 5 more flashes would be code 35. When you get 5 flashes,pause, then 5 more, That is code 55 which just means end of message. Get back to us with codes & we'll advise of what to look for.

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