A. asks via Twitter:
Where can I find out what my check engine light is about, without paying through the nose?
This is a good thing to know because:
1) The check engine light can indicate a whole range of problems, some of them serious.
2) Sometimes the problem is a simple as the gas cap not being on tight enough. So if you can get someone to read the problem for a few bucks, you can fix the problem without spending a bunch of money.
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