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Q: Need to have a Check Engine warning checked out.

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Yellow Check Engine light came on this morning. I have no idea why or what's going on with my car, and would like an estimate on how much it would take to have fixed.

You will need to get a technician to check the codes on the computer and have them determine the problem as well as the price.

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