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Cougar service engine light comes on for the first two miles

The first two miles when i start my cougar 6cyl service engine light comes on than goes out after that distance

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Hold down the "trip" and "trip reset" buttons at the same time when the service engine light comes on. The service engine light comes on between 5000 and 8000 miles as an oil change reminder, however you have to reset it manually.

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