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Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2007 10:09:40 -0000
From: "DervMan" <thedervmannospaml.com>
Subject: Re: Check Engine Light


"Richard" <rootnospamlhost> wrote in message news:45e0a5fa$0$25982$dbd49001nospam.euronet.nl... > > "Fred W" <malt_houndnospamo.com> wrote in message > news:8tidncaodp9GQEPYnZ2dnUVZ_sOknZ2dnospamast.com... >> kingdoodlesquat wrote: >>> >>> >>> Many apologies, I didn't intend to mislead, I had a similar snag on a >>> 9-3 >>> about 4 years ago which disappeared after some time. (I did say "I >>> think" >>> :-) ) >>> >> >> Yes, there are a few inconsequential reasons for the Check Engine Lamp to >> go off. One of the most famous (and least consequential) is if you leave >> the gas cap loose, or its seal is faulty, you will get an "evaporative >> emissions" fault (whatever that code is). >> >> That's the type that disappear after the next fill-up. ;-) >> But how would one know without reading the codes? >> >> -- >> -Fred W > > Hello, > funny how people always press the button marked "dont press this", and not > check the engine when it says "check engine" ... > :-D There's a marketing gimmick here somewhere... -- The DervMan www.dervman.com

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