And if the aforementioned CarMD or similar devices are out of your price range, many auto parts stores will provide a free scan of your vehicle should your "check engine" light come on. Just call the stores in your area first to see if they offer such a service.
POSTED: 09:29 AM MDT May 25, 2011 UPDATED: 08:28 AM MST Dec 27, 2012
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