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My 2000 Isuzu Rodeo also shows chech engine sometimes.

Sometimes after start it shows check engine but at other times it doesn't show it. Any satisfying ideas?

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Most onboard computers store error codes so even if the light is not on a scan should show what error is causing the light.
Get it scanned and take it from there , It's the best option and it will give you piece of mind.
Some car part stores Scan for free or a small very charge.
Hope this helps

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