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Check engine light?

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My customers have a 2008 Hyundai Elantra with 30,000 miles GM MDI. Recently my customers check engine light went on, what should my customers do? what does this mean?
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My customers have a youporn.wiki/ xhamster.vip/ redtube.onl/ 2008 Hyundai Elantra with 30,000 miles GM MDI. Recently my customers check engine light went on, what should my customers do? what does this mean?
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Why Is My Check Engine Light On?

Your check engine light came on, now what? These tips can help you determine whether your vehicle has major engine problems or just a loose gas cap.

We’ve all been there before. You’re driving along when you notice a yellow light out of the corner of your eye. A quick glance at the dash confirms your fear. It’s the check engine light. If you’re like most car owners, you’re not sure if you should continue to panic or not, and you have little idea what that light is trying to tell you or how you should react.
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Earlier this year, I bought a 2003 Hyundai Elantra. As I was driving to work today, I noticed that the Check Engine Light was on. I've never had that before on this car. The previous own told me it used to come on for him because he would overfill or not close the gap on the gas enough. I filled up last Friday, so I know it's not that. I own a Tracker before this car and I was able to lift the code form the check engine light by jumpping something under the hood with a paperclip. Can anybody tell me how to get the code off of the car for the check engine light at home???? Also, once I get it, where can I find a list of the codes and what they mean?
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Oh, and it also is driving fine, no smells, no shakes, or anything!! So I'm wondering if it's a sensor or something like that.

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The check engine light can be 1000 different things. A lot of people do not know that if you actually overfill your gas tank (this means filling the tank more after the gas pump has clicked off) can actually dump fuel into your charcoal canister which can trigger a check engine light. If you roll over to Autozone they do free OBDII scans and can give you the check engine light number. I would do that and then research your code. It's just as important to make sure your gas cap is properly seated. Doesn't always trigger an evap leak right away. Check back.

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