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What would cause the Check Engine light to go on and off every 10 min or so?

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2005-07-20 03:13:45
2005-07-20 03:13:45

It is blinking because there is a problem in the emmissions that is causing damage to the catalytic converter. I had this happening and it turned out to be a final warning before the fuel line broke.

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