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Old 06-10-2003, 09:32 PM
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Denny, I wouldn't replace anything until you pull codes to see what turned on the light. Quite often, the codes are all the information you need to correct the problem. Maybe it's a simple fix. CHECK ENGINE lights are usually easy to diagnose and repair, as long as you've got the right information. If you can find out what codes are stored let us know. I'll bet it's no big deal.
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