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Sensor light is continuously blinking. While engine is off and key out of ignition.

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Hi, the sensor light is indicating that there is a problem with the car somewhere around the engine. To resolve this issue, you have to scan the car ECM by using a OBD II scanner if you have one or take the car to any auto zone near you to scan free and a code will be retrieved fro the car ECM which will be interpreted to pinpoint the cause of the problem that made the sensor light to blink and will also tell you what part of the car that needs to be fixed.....

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