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In my 2005 Ford Escape, my check emission system light constantly comes on, but then will shut off randomly. What causes this problem, or could this just be some sort of electrical malfunction?

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It is a malfuntion alright
Anytime you get any light on the dash,you got problems
These lights have been on vehicles for 30 years,still there are thousands of people on this site along, who have no clue,no owners manual,and on and on.
Check for the code and have it repaired,won't go away
Part of the Govt's attempt ,for the last 50 years, to cut down on Exhaust Emissions,but people don't care.

Posted on Oct 12, 2010

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