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  • New2Missouri
    I have had a similar issue. About a year ago, my check engine light would come on, then go off in a day or two. Then come on and stay on for as long as a month, then go off again. Some of those times, the Service Stabilitrack warning would also come on as well as the ABS warning light. Then, my remote sensor quit working along with the push button start. 5 trips to Autozone to have the codes read and three expensive "diagnostic" trips to dealerships led me to believe I wouldn't be able to find anyone who could actually fix it. When the lights were on, I was told I needed O2 sensors, a catalytic converter, mass airflow sensor, throttle position sensor, etc... If I'd had it all done, the cost would have been in the $3,000 range. Of course, I didn't have the work done and a couple of days later, the lights went off and 100 miles after that, the car passed the Texas state vehicle inspection. Just for fun, I then took it back to another dealer and paid nearly $100 & and all was OK
    March 30
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