I have a 2001 Ford Focus SE I replaced the battery a month ago and replaced the alternator yesterday and now my check engine light stays on. What can I do to fix that? Why is the light going off?

Asked by Sep 01, 2015 at 09:45 AM about the Ford Focus

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You need to have the code scanned, go to a local auto parts store like Auto Zone and they will read it for free, post the codes here for help.

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