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Agoudine said:
Don't worry,ask any questions you have to ask.
It's easy to read the codes yourself Haynes Repair Manual has all the instructions on it and code identification. It's sold in auto part stores and online for about $15 - very useful book to have. Or you can go to autozone or other auto part store and they will pull up codes for free.
It looks to me like there may be oil in distributor and/or some electrical problems.
When did she change fuel and air filter? Check all the fluids.
See codes and tell us.
I agree with Agoudine. See what codes the OBD is storing, however, I would go to AutoZone and have them pull the codes. Sometimes codes can be stored in the OBD without the CEL on. When was the last time your car was tuned up?
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