Question about 2000 Honda Accord
Last week, I took my 2000 Honda Accord in for an oil change and multi-point inspection. They said I would need a new air filter and engine compartment filter soon. Two days later, my check engine light came on, and stayed on. Could this be related to needing a filter or something else?
It could be that the air filter housing is worn and thats why they said you needed a new one what that means is that you are getting to much air into the engine and will cause check engine light to come on i would replace that and then see if it goes off and then if not go to a auto zone and they check the light and see what it is and then go from there
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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