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Engine warning light came on yesterday in my 2005 S-Type R Jaguar. Can it be as simple as changing an air filter?

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You can get a free scan at Autozone, Oreillys, or Advance autoparts. I have not heard of a warning light from an Air filter. There are some indicators in the Maintainence Minder for some vehicles in the drop-down Menu. This usually is for Oil Change intervals and is not the same light as a "check engine" warning.

Once set, the "Check" light usually has to be cleared or it will continue to show the old problem after it is fixed, for about 35 Start-ups. This means that unless the system is reset with a scanner, it will be some time before you know if your repair was successful. Most likely you have another problem which could be anything from a bad O2 Sensor to a loose gascap.

I hope you take my advice about the scan and that you found my solution very helpful.

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