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The Malfunction Indicator Light is coming on & will stay on for several days and then go off again. What would be the cause of this?

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You should have the vehicle's OBD-II trouble codes read. Although the light goes out, there is an intermittent problem and likely there will be codes still in the memory.

Auto parts stores sometimes read the codes for free, or you could buy a code reader. You can also find a trouble code diagnostic listing at http://www.obd-codes.com

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