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My check engine light,vsc light and trac off light are on and the car is idleing rough. It sounds like it may be misfiring on a cylander.

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My car did this last night while on Hwy same lights on , then I pulled over and steam { ?} was coming from under hood & red fluid was under the hood all over ... at shop being fixed on Monday anyone else had this? I suggest that if these lights are on get to shop fast. Lights where on for about 1 mth on my car all fluids where normal and car ran fine until last night while I was driving 70 MPH

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I vote its a pretty bad vacuum leak.Any takers? don-ohio

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    No same thing happen to me was sensor in Trans

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