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My friend bring his subaru forester on a carwash shop to have his engine cleaned. after engine carwash, and after drying the engine the result is check engine and crusie control continously flashing. what's wrong do you think?

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It has trouble, you will need to get it scanned for the engine light. Never wash an engine.

Posted on Sep 10, 2010

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