check engine light

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Asked by Jun 27, 2009 at 03:12 AM about the Toyota Camry

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

have  got a 2008 and a 2005 camry. and the both show check engine light.
What do i do to get it off my cluster or dash board?

3 Answers

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There is small problem wiht your car electrical,..just tak it to agency or any electical shop to check all the fuses & wires...

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fix the problem. take it to the nearest autozone and its free diagnostics.

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Hi Rotifa! Start your car and leave it stay for 5 minutes by doing nothing! It is written somwhere that comp suppose to get rid of mistakes automatically. Got the same problem cause i've installed Xenon lights everywhere(beem h beem and fogs)

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