Question about 2005 Hyundai Elantra
You have to have someone plug a scanner up to your computer it will tell what made the light come on.Advance auto does it for free.After you find out the code the scanner gives you a mechanic may have to help decide what needs to be done to fix it.There are websites you can look up OBD codes and get help determining what the problem is
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