ford escape 2011 check engine light came on 4,800 miles

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Asked by Jul 03, 2012 at 06:04 PM about the 2011 Ford Escape Limited 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

check engine light came on  4,800 miles   tried unsuccessfully to install garage door opener yesterday.  
got gas a day or so ago.
Purchased a week ago - used with 4,500 miles on it.

3 Answers

1,385

Just make sure the gas cap is on tight and take it to the dealer. Its covered under warranty but if the gas cap is left loose i have heard of them charging to look at it because its considered driver error not vehicle error.

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There is no "gas cap". I did insert the nozzle into the gas tank, when it was withdrawn it seemed closed but the engine light remained on.

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1,385

I am not that familiar with the new "no cap" systems other than i know you can only use the funnel that comes with the car or the pump nozzle at gas stations. I would just take it to dealer.

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