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Why do I see VDC and service engine soon lights on?

Seeing lights like the "VDC" and "service engine soon" on your dashboard can be a cause for concern, but they don't necessarily indicate a major issue. These lights often signal that your vehicle's onboard computer has detected a problem with one of its systems, such as the braking system or emissions control. It's important to note that these lights can sometimes turn on due to a loose gas cap or another small issue that can be easily fixed.

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