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Got 2008 3500 dodge,was working on trailer lightsand was checking fuses and pulled wrong fuse and check engine light come on. how do i get it off?

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The only way to turn off the MIL (Malfunction Indicator Light) or "check engine Light", is to either use a scanner to reset the MIL, or you can dis-connect the battery for three minutes, but if you do dis-connect the battery you will have to re-set the radio and anything else that has a KAM (Keep Alive Memory).

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