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Check engine light on 263K miles

Check engine light just came on after replacing muffler, tie rod ed and wheel bearing. All seems ok. 1994 Chrysler Town & Country 263K miles

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Tie rod end and wheel bearing are not related to engine light. Muffler could be as most 'check engine light' are emissions sensor related if not actual engine problems. Stop by your local auto parts store and they should be able to check the codes for you (for free!) and reset the light if that's all it is, or tell you what it may be if that's not it.

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