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What does the service engine light soon mean if you just had a tune up on a 94 Pontiac Grand Am quad 4?

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2005-09-12 10:43:54
2005-09-12 10:43:54

Most likely it means your oxygen sensor needs to be replaced. However, there are a couple of other reasons why. It is common for the Check Engine Soon Light to come on if you have recently filled up with gas and did not tighten the gas cap enough. Or, the gas cap is bad, allowing air to seep by. Check your gas cap first. If the check engine soon light does not go out by 4-5 trips, go to an autoparts store that will check the code for you.

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