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Thanks a lot for the help, Bill.
So here's what happened: I got a check engine light early on in my ownership of this car. Everything seemed fine. The car ran fine (except for the idle issue). My indie said "I can't read the codes". Another indie said, "I can't read the codes". Another said, "I'll put in a plug so that you can read the codes". Someone on this site asked "How do you turn off the darned check engine light? The answer was to disconnect the battery and wait a while. I did. The check engine light went out. But my indie scolded me for getting rid of the check engine light, saying that unless the light was showing, he could do nothing.
So as of now I do not have a check light showing. Before I leave tomorrow morning I will follow your instructions and report back.
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