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Vauxhall Corsa engine management light

Was driving my Vauxhall Corsa 1.2 this evening when i noticed my exhaust was blowing. I turned the car off and my hazard warning lights continued to flash until i turned it back on again. When i turned it back on again the engine management light started flashing can anyone tell me what the problem is and how to fix it?

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As this a uk car the easiest way to diagnose the problem is to take it into quickfit for a diagnostic check(cost a little,but infinately easier.)and if you want them to fix any problem you cant handle its already in thier workshop(last time i did this was on an astra estate 1.6 petrol,problem was down to faulty exhaust sensor saved me hours of "fun"cost me £38 total.....)

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