auto repair recommendation in salem

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  1. RB87

    RB87
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    I've got the ominous "check engine" light showing up on my dash. Anyone have any recomendation for a good repair shop in Salem?
     
  2. RangerEric

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    My whole family has been going to Salem Brake and Wheel on 12th St for a long, long time, great to work with, honest people, pretty reasonably priced.
     
  3. Kelzebubba

    Kelzebubba
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    If you have an o'reily's auto parts or an auto zone they may have a computer they can hook up and tell you why it is going on. My local O'reilly's was able to hook it up and tell me what was wrong (bad battery) and cleared it for me.
     
  4. bentbronco

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    2nd for take to any major parts store
    Most will tell you what the code is and the you can fix it your self or have a friend do it for you
    I finally broke down and bought my own reader. That way I don't have to drive to the parts place twice. Once to read code and get part the second to have it cleared once its fixed.
     
  5. drew

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    I start out by just clearing them. Most don't come back.
     
  6. tanzuki

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    Call Scott at Evolution Auto Repair 503-949-7546. He is actually in Keizer but does great work with great rates. He is even a member of the forum...I don't know his user name though.
     
  7. RB87

    RB87
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    Thanks for the suggestions all. Looks like its an EGR sensor issue.
     

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