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Current version by: David Hodson ,

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If the check engine light is on, then trying to diagnose it blindly is pointlessjust going to frustrate you and waste your time. Check the code with an OBDII scanner or take it to a shop that will do it for you. Take what the code gives you, and go from there.
If the check engine light is on, then trying to diagnose it blindly is pointlessjust going to frustrate you and waste your time. Check the code with an OBDII scanner or take it to a shop that will do it for you. Take what the code gives you, and go from there.

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Original post by: David Hodson ,

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If the check engine light is on, then trying to diagnose it blindly is pointless. Check the code with an OBDII scanner or take it to a shop that will do it for you. Take what the code gives you, and go from there.

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