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Subject: malfunction indicator lamp

Date: 07/06/03 at 12:23 AM
Posted by: ian
E-mail: ian@ear-shot.com
Message Posted:

I have a 98 Honda Civic. A few days ago the Malfunction Indicator lamp came on which is an indicator light next to the speedometer. According to my manual it indicates one of the engine's emmision control systems may have a problem. It says that it can reduce the vehicle's fuel economy and cause excessive emmissions causing "serious damage" in the long run. This same indicator also came on about 6 months ago and I brought it to the Honda dealer and they replaced a part - a $300 part - to fix the problem. Is this something that I should worry about? We you recommend that I bring it in again? Or is it one of those things that won't make much of a difference if I leave it.

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