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My check engine light has been on for quite a while, I went to the honda dealership and they said that I needed to replace my catalytic convertor as well as my timing belt, I went to a trusted mechanic and he replaced my timing belt and tole me that I should hold off on the catalytic convertor becuase it does not afffect drivability and since I have a low ...
I took my car into the dealership to get the "check engine" light figured out. I was told I would need to replace the catalytic converter. I was suggested to take it to another place where it would be cheaper to replace. I took it to Midas and was told the problem was not the catalytic converter but the oxygen sensors. Who should I trust?
I own a CarMD and I fixed a wire problem with my Hyundai. How do you now reset the check engine light now that the car is fixed?
2005 Chevy Malibu loses 905 of it's power without waring. A check engine light comes one. I turn off the car, wait a few minutes, and the problem goes way. Help!
I have a 98 Dodge Avenger. The check engine light stays on. My car does not pass emissions test and the car is in the shop for three days now. The computer read outs do not tell them what the problem. All read outs say the car is operating fine. The only glitch is the car does not run well first thing in the morning. Can you help. I am afraid this is ...
Is engine really bad when "check engine soon" light comes on
i have '97 bmw 740i, and got a check engine light come on. code says p1174, & p1175. my research says it's"Fuel Trim Adaptation Additive Bank 1 Malfunction". Un-metered air leaks may occur in the following areas causing the above situation: Intake manifold gaskets may be leaking. Plug cap(s) and the vacuum hose for the fuel pressure regulator on the ...

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