Question about 2003 Toyota Celica
Check engine lights can be caused by many many things.Technology is usually good,but this light is not good(whoever developed the system).You could put it on a computer,it tells you what to check,you replace it,and it still stays on.I have seen it,also this.You could spend thousands on all kinds of stuff an it will still be on unless you get lucky.You should just check your fluids,oil,antifreeze(overlow container full to cold point)Transmission fluid(check that with car running after about 5 minutes),brake,steering,and any other fluids I may have left out.If it is not an issue for vehicle inspection in your state,I wouldn't worry about it.If you want to computer check it for peace of mind,that is fine too.Unless it starts running bad or overheating,no worries.If you ever do get overheating,if it even gets close to the red pull over and shut down.You will save your engine.Good luck! Greg
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