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I had the timing chain and components replaced and shortly after i got it back the check engine light came on what would case that from doing that

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One of the components you changed was bad, or another just popped up. It could be anything, and nothing to do with the work you just had done. A spark plug wire, oxygen sensor, intake sensor, camshaft sensor? Anything. You have to get it to a parts store or a shop and have it checked out on the ob2 scanner.Or the tech 1 scanner depending on what year it is. The gas cap could be loose. Check it out. Hope this helps.

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