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Old 29th December 2009
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The engine light on my 2001 9-5 SE v6 turned on today. However i havent felt any difference in driving since it turned on. The engine light turned on about 4 weeks ago but it turned off after a day. I called my mechanic and he said if it turned off i shouldnt worry about it. Any suggestions?
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Did you pull a code from the OBDII port under the dash? That code will tell you a lot.


The same thing happened to me this weekend, then it turned off, now it is on again.

I pulled a P0133 code out of it from the first time it came on and did a search on here for the fixes.

I also read the owner's manual and it said that the engine light may come on if you drive in the fuel reserve for a long time or if the gas cap is not on tightly enough.
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Do not ignore the CEL. It tells you that something is not right with the engine. Read the codes and rectify the situation. If could be a small issue that can be rectify easily and less expensive rather than hoping for it to clear by itself.

Rather than the issues accumulate and becomes a more costly repair
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