Mazda Check Engine Light?

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The Mazda line of vehicles has a check engine light. This light comes on to let the owner know that there is a problem with the engine. This feature could be an indicator for different things that have gone wrong with the engine and it usually meant that there was a problem with the internal engine. The best way to fix the problem is to take the Mazda to a mechanic. When the problem is fixed, the light will turn off automatically.
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