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Not sure of the vehicle, year or model, but if it's after 1996, your computer will set on the check engine light for any reason due to finding an error. You need to get it scanned to see what code you have, and then go from there. It has a lot more to do than oil and coolant. You have a lot of sensors, as in temperature, speed, oxygen, and on...

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sorry i don't have better news good luck

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