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96 explorer how do i change the check engine light

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ok, i've never had this problem but i would check all the fuses first, then if you can, check the wires that lead to it and make sure there is a good connection. sounds like a loose wire. good luck.

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ok, i've never had this problem but i would check all the fuses first, then if you can, check the wires that lead to it and make sure there is a good connection. sounds like a loose wire. good luck.

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