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Service Engine soon light on 2001 Mercury mountaineer went on yesterday call hass 77,3000 miles

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Go to Autozone or other auto parts store. most will read the code from your vehicle for free and even give you a printout of what the problem is.

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Your vehicle either requires maintenance or has suffered a failure...either way you need to take it to a shop.

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