Scan it for codes.
The computer has detected a problem.
Normally, that is the better way of finding out what the problems are instead of guessing.
There is one light and maybe over a hundred possible reasons it might be on.
An auto parts store would do the scan as a free service
They also sell the scanners, a cheap one should work just fine.
This "OBD II" thing is not going away, You may need it in the future for your car again, you might even "rent" the use of it to your friends to recoup some of your cost.
Return with the code numbers.
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Saturday, July 2nd, 2016 AT 6:02 AM