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Q: Something wrong with engine

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Something is wrong with my engine. I need the engine opened and looked at.

A: If you suspect an engine problem, I would e...

If you suspect an engine problem, I would enlist the help of a certified professional to assist you with this issue. You can explain your symptoms to them so that they can better understand the issue. The technician will then scan your vehicle for trouble codes related to your engine’s symptoms. Once the codes have been retrieved, the technician will be able to determine a diagnostic strategy to proceed with.

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