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The Engine Light stays on

My 1996 Plymouth Voyager 3.3L recently displayed a illuminated engine light warning.
We have checked the gas cap, spark plugs, changed the air filter, and the oil and filter...running out of solutions.
Could it be the fuel filter?
Thanks so much for your help!

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    Mike Butler May 11, 2010

    Not 100% sure where cut off date was for those but you may be able to cycle key, on, off, on, off, on . If check engine light starts to flash count them. Flash, flash, pause, flash,flash, is code 22. Flash, pause ,flash, is code 11. always 2 digits. 5 flashes, pause 5 more, is code 55 end of codes. let us know if it works and if yes, what they were.

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You really need to take it to a mech. and get them to hook up a computer to it and see what codes it findsand get that fixed or he can reset th computer so the light goes off but if there is a problem than the light will just come back on.once u see what the code is than u can go in the right direction of getting it fixed so the light will stay off

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Did you get your engine scaned? a bad 02 senser will trun on the engine light on .no a fuel fulter will not trun your engine light on ok

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