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Check engine light

I have a 97 f 150 4.2 liter that I have had nothing but problems with when it comes to check engine lights I have spent thousands of dollars and now it is again time to get a new inspection and I have run into the same problem any idea why I have replaced nearly every sensor and STILL am having issues and what you think it might be

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Ive had the check engine light on for two years now. Maybe I should get it looked at

Posted on Oct 16, 2009

I have one that did the same thing until I repaired my transmission. I know it does not sound right but after looking it up transmission problems can cause the check engine light to come on.

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