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Check engine light on, car shakes during idle

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Only way to determine why the light is one is to have a scanner hooked to the cars computer. any shop, dealer, or even some auto parts stores will scan the car for you and tell you what trouble code is causing the light to come on. That is how they fiind out what the problem is.
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