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Check engine light HONDA ACCORD LXI 89

Honda accord lxi 89 im driving on freeway after a reach the driving speed a get a check engine light so what a do i pull the the shoulder shutt the car off momentaryli then i turn it back on check engine light goes away for 10 minutes after the ten minutes check engine light comes back again then i have to repeat the same steps allover.....can some one help thanks

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Go to AutoZone , they can antilize it to show what is causing the light to come on, with no charge.

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