Question about 2005 Chrysler Town & Country
Don't be too worried about a check engine light. This light is usually triggered by an oxygen sensor malfunction. This will not cause the car to break down, however it is an annoying light to see. The biggest problem with bad oxygen sensors is that your fuel economy will go down and you could destroy the catalytic converter which becomes an expensive fix. If you get lucky the car will fix the problem itself, if it stays on for more than a week I would then bring the car to autozone and have them hook the computer up to your car (free) to tell you what component is experiencing a problem. If you like tinkering with cars then most of the problems you will be able to fix on your own, if not it might cost a few bucks at a garage
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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