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Engine control lamp comes and go!

Hi!My Mitsubitshi work shop have tryed to clean everthing they meen can be the problem.The lamp goes away every time,but after some miles it come bak again!Regards from Elmorazer@gmail.com

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  • elmorazer May 28, 2009

    Hi Marty!Havent get the code from my dealer yet!Will try to get in contact on Freeday.You will hear from me than!Per Rasmussen.

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Hello, do you know the code # from when the light comes on? if no, go to most any auto parts store, and they will check usualy for free. if you get the code # i can help more...good luck, marty

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