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Okay, so I just got serviced probably less than a month ago, with just about everything perfected, hence the $3000 repair cost. But now, the check engine light is coming on! There is also a rough start for this Florida car now that the weather is getting colder. Last time the Check Engine light was analyzed, it was an O2 sensor saying needed to be replaced.

Should I just take it to the dealer for them to analyze the car? Would this cost money? I am short of money at the time, so I am wondering what on earth to do.
 

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Well, today was a fairly warm day, and the Check Engine finally turned off. I couldn't get it started this morning, however, when the temperatures were in the 30's. I had to turn the key about 3 times before it finally kicked on.

So, I guess nothing is wrong anymore. I do smell an oily residue though.
 
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