outlander 2004 LPG/Petrol

Denise Winkel
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Asked by Denise Mar 17, 2013 at 05:50 PM about the Mitsubishi Outlander

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Why would the engine light show on the dashboard all the time please?

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judge_roy
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even tho you're LPG, you still have carbon monoxide to convert to carbon dioxide and you still have a sensor that tells your computer how much oxygen is left in the process----in short, change the O2 sensor, I think that's what this light is cryin about....take it to have the OBD-II codes read, then we will know for certain which items need to be addressed, could be your 30,000 maintenance has been due all this time, we won't know 'till you get your codes red and/or reset.

tennisshoes
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Check engine light, usually a yellow light, or engine oil light usually a red light. If yellow there is an Engine computer control failure but it will run to have it checked out. If red DO NOT DRIVE until the cause of the oil light is determined or severe engine damage will result.

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