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Obd light is on

What do i do, my carvan has over 100,000 miles and light just turned on this moring

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  • chryslerguy May 11, 2010

    Do you know the "P" code? Sometimes you can cycle the key on and off 3 times, leaving it on after the third cycle and the "P" code will appear on your odometer. Try the key cycle (in less than 5 seconds) and post the code.

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have the tester to scan the comp. of the car and tell
you watt the problem is

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