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Engine light comes on and car slows down to almost stopping when turn off it always starts back up when i put gas in the light goes away is something loose or could it be my spark plugs

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This vehicle COULD STILL BE UNDER WARRANTY.
CHECK IT OUT.
If its not under warranty take the vehicle to Autozone and have them scann the ECU for codes (Usually free) then do the repairs the codes direct you to do.

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