My engine light stays on

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Asked by Sep 05, 2015 at 12:16 AM about the 2004 Chrysler Sebring LX Convertible

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Even after clearing the codes, the engine light keeps coming on. I'm also
having the battery light come on after the car warms up. Once i turn off the car
for a while, and then re-start, the engine light comes on, and after the car
warms again, the battery light comes on. I'm so confused.

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go by an auto parts store ask them to check the codes like autozone see what the code is and go from there

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The engine light comes back on because there is an issue. Like Rhodes suggest, get it scanned. Also a battery light is a charging issue. Inspect the alternator and wiring and also check the voltage on the battery when the car is warm. Is it around 14V when the car is warm and the light is on? The auto parts store will be able to read the code and check your charging system for free.

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