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My "service engine soon" is on...

My service engine light soon is on, and has been for a couple of months. Ive had it 'checked' at several auto parts, and auto repair locations. Ive replaced the O2 sensor, Ive keep the oil changed, routinely. I had my a/c serviced and flushed, my engine has been 'power washed', the 'register' to the heater cord has been replaced, just today, less then 4 hours ago and, the light is still coming on. Can u please give me some insight on what the problem may be. Thanks.

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  • mason808 May 17, 2008

    its constantly on, and it comes on as soon as you start the car...

  • Anonymous May 29, 2008

    my service engine light stays on it has been on for about 3 weeks

  • lsbcg3 Sep 07, 2008

    F-250 with35000 miles. I just changed the oil & serviced all fuilds. How do you reset the light.

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Does it ever go off? Or is it on as soon as you turn on the vehicle?

Posted on May 17, 2008

  • Eric Smale
    Eric Smale May 17, 2008

    Sorry, that should have been a clarification.

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