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Check engine light came on. Just bought the car. Fluids are all good. Any ideas?

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Do a self test for your check engine light.

use key. turn to; off-run, off-run, off-run. ( run is when the dash lights are on-not starting, and off is one click back) The codes will flash out on the check engine light in pairs, or display on the digital odometer. end of the test is 5-5.

Or did you leave the gas cap loose or off? If so just tighten the cap and the light will go out all by itself in a few days.

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