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'check engine' comes on

Hi my maserati 3200 'check engine' light comes on ,how can i resolve this?
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The 1st step to resolve a check eng light is to have the computer control system tested for the trouble/malfunction code that is stored when ever the ck eng lt is turned by the computer on, there are over 200 such trouble codes so guessing is not really an option, have the memory read for the code and post the code back here on fixya.

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Go get the code pulled, and see what the code is for. If there is no drive ability problems then it may be an EVAP problem.

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