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I have 71,000 miles on my car, and the check engine light is on.

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

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If you have not noticed any change in performance, it may be a sensor going or gone bad. But it could be any of many sensors. To take it to the dealer, they would charge an arm and a leg just to tell you why the light is coming on.

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Take to local parts house in area they will usually let you use hand held scan tool for free(call around and see if they will)tell them year and make plugs in below steering wheel or in engine compartment plug in turn on key turn on scan tool read codes then clear them see(make sure you write down)drive see if they come back on if not just glitch if so repair as neccesary!!Best of luck to you!!!!

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