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My check engine light is on and the light on the gas gage is flashing . I have 2002 E-320

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Have you just recently filled up as a cause could be the gas cap isn't tightened properly. The gas cap itself could be bad, or you have a worn line, or a vapor leak.

You should have the car scanned to retrieve the code for the check engine light as that will narrow down the cause

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