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What's the cause of the blinking check engine light blinking?

The check engine light is one of the most important dashboard lights in your car. It's usually illuminated when there's a problem with the car's engine, emissions system, or other critical components. There are many different reasons why the check engine light might come on, but the most common cause is a faulty sensor. The sensors in your car's engine are responsible for sending information to the computer about how the engine is running. If one of the sensors isn't working properly, it can cause the check engine light to come on. In some cases, you might be able to fix the problem by cleaning or replacing the sensor.

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The drivetrain Malfunction light is on. What is the main reason?

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What's the reason that all of the dashboard lights came on, causing the car to shutd own totally?

One reason may be that there is a problem with the battery or the alternator. If the battery is not charging properly, it can cause all of the lights on the dashboard to come on. Another reason may be...

My car shakes uncontrollably whenever I drive above 60 mph, but the shaking stops when I ease off the gas pedal. What is the cause?

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How can I reset the Uconnect phone system?

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Why does my car shake when braking at high speeds?

When you brake at high speeds, your car's braking system has to work harder to slow the car down. This can cause the brakes to overheat, which can lead to a condition called "brake fade." When the bra...