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As for the Check Engine light and the Electronic Speed Control (ESC) light being on, this means that there is a malfunction in one of the many systems that are monitored by your Powertrain Control Module (PCM). The PCM has also disabled your ESC (A.K.A. cruise control) for whatever reason.

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