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Bought my Hyundai 2004 XG350L with 10,000 dealer demo miles on it and did normal maintenance on it the last 5 years. It has only 56,000 now and I turned the engine on this morning and engine light wouln't go off. It says check engine.

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It may just be a sensor failing, or even as simple as a loose gas cap. You need to get it scanned to see what the error is that the computer found. (Some auto parts stores will do this for free, but they don't give a lot of information. Try that, if no luck, try a good garage.)

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