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05 HYUNDAI SONATA CHECK ENGINE LIGHT. 157,000 MILES

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This would be a good time to go down to your local parts dealer (autozone, oreilly's or what have you) and ask them to use their OBD II scanner. It will tell you exactly what is wrong with your vehicle.

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