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My car has 12,000 miles and my engine light came on?

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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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I'm having trouble with my '98 Olds Intrigue with less than 12,000 miles. The transmission slips, (The guy at the dealer says "flares up") when it first starts in the morning and after riding on...


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~ Inspect lights and check tire pressure at least monthly or before & after each trail ride

~ Oil & filter change, chassis lubrication, differential and transfer-case fluids every 3,000 to 5,000 miles or 3 to 4 months - if you have recently crossed through water deep enough to submerge the centre of your hubs, replace the differential fluids as a precaution

~ Underhood belt and hose inspection every 3,000 to 5,000 miles or 3 to 4 months (every oil change)

~ Tire rotation and wheel balancing every 6,000 miles or every other oil change - driving offroad can knock wheel weights off a wheel, so you may need to have this done more frequently

~ Brake inspection every 6,000 miles or every other oil change - if you have rum brakes in the rear, ensure they are cleaned after each trail ride where you encountered deep mud/snow

~ Replace air filter every 12,000 to 24,000 miles or as indicated by inspection - dusty trails can shorten these intervals dramatically

~ Replace fuel filter every 24,000 to 100,000 miles

~ Automatic transmission service every 24,000 to 100,000 miles

~ Wheel alignment check every 12,000 to 24,000 miles or as indicated by tire wear - offroad driving can knock wheels out of alignment, so budget for an alignment every 3 months, then watch tread wear to see if it's needed

~ Cooling system flush and refill every 40,000 to 100,000 miles

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~ Engine timing belt replacement every 60,000 to 100,000 miles (when equipped) or 5 to 8 years

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New spark plugs, HT leads and distributor cap every 12,000 miles.

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Clean out the intake manifold with carb cleaner to remove nasty deposits.

That should help your engine last a very long time.

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2. Press and hold the
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seconds and release. Oil life is set to
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