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Check engine light is on , I use petrol 95 , I live in the middle east, I visited a workshop today they used the engine analyzer , and there are three faults , P2029,P201C, and P200A,the check engine light comes and goes, the workshop said it could be a dirt in the gasoline , my car is C180 , Mercedes, 2005

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