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Lets start at the beginning. You need to write down the actual trouble codes, then clear the codes, then see if they come back. The codes that come back tell a mechanic what to check, not what to replace. You may need to try a different shop to get the actual problem fixed.
erase code again , then disconnect battery for a few minutes, reconnect, see if code comes back. hopefully this resets computer. you don\'t have a reset button on steering wheel do you ? replace your fuel filter, if you haven\'t lately. maybe that will help.
the light comes on because you have a troble code being set.Go to auto zone or other parts store that does a Free Read of you check engine light and find out the trouble code numbers,they will give you better idea of what is going on..Share this information with us so we can help you better...
The check engine light will not go out on its own until usually after 20 or so starts.You need to back to Auto zone and have them hook up the analyzer again and clear the codes (they will do this for free). If the problem was your EGR valve, the light will then go out.
If you fix what is wrong then take it to AUTO ZONE or ADVANCE AUTO they can do if for free. An example would when I left my gas cap open the check engine light came on. After I start the engine three times it suppose to go away but it did not so I took it to Auto Zone and they reset it.It did not come on.3 months now.