Question about 2000 Mazda MPV
Hello! The Check Engine Light (CEL) is the vehicle's Electronic Control Unit (ECU) telling you it has found and stored a fault...These faults are handled by On Board Diagnostics Version II (OBDII)...Take your MPV to an auto parts store and they will decode the fault as a courtesy...Typical faults begin with a letter "P" followed by four digits (P0402 as an example)...That code tells a technician what area or circuit is at fault...When you have the code, send a comment and I'll FixYa...................Guru.....saailer
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