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Warning light why does th warning light come on when i drive

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To tell you something like: Engine low on water, low on oil, thermostat stuck partway or closed? Oxygen sensor or catalytic converter clogged, coolant temperature sensor terminals dirty or rusty, or sensor defective? Gas cap not screwed on correctly? Some vehicles may be telling you to change oil, and/ or check filters for scheduled service? Just to pick a few reasons out of the air.

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