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Question DetailsAsked on 6/21/2012

engine light came on in truck

what do i look for

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Have you plugged a scanner in to check the codes? Many auto parts stores will scan the codes for you free.

Of course, check all of your fluids and guages. If anything is a miss do not drive it.

Answered 8 years ago by Todd's Home Services

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9 times out of ten it ends being an oxygen sensor, some vehicles have up to four of them, take it to an auto parts store that will scan it for you for free, the readout of the scan should tell you which oxygen sensor is bad ,but if one is going out, the other or others are not far behind so replace both or all of them, now, sometimes its not an oxygen sensor, but the scan should give you an idea on where to start , GOOD LUCK !!!

Answered 8 years ago by kenno25




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