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My grand voyager check engine light keeps coming on,but i do not know the problem.its a van.

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Cycle key, on,off,on,off,on & leave on (not start) now count flashes of check engine light, 2 digit numbers. For example. flash,flash,flash, pause, flash, flash, flash, is code 33. or flash, flash, pause, flash, is code 21. Write them down & get back to me. when you get code 55, that's telling you end of message.

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