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Check Engine Light came on

While driving on highway at 70 mph with cruise on my 98 GMC Jimmy jerked and check engine light came on. I turned around and drove back home - around a 20 minute drive - cruise worked, Jimmy ran fine, but check engine light stayed on. Jimmy is a 2 wheel drive with about 105,000 miles. Any suggestions? Thanks

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