2005 Hyundai Tucson Q&A

2005 Hyundai Tucson Question: Check Engine Light.

Hello, I have the Check Engine Light illuminated without any other trouble (I have an automatic gearbox) ; any chance to be a gearbox problem (for instance a broken Hydraulic converter fan)? Thanks! -
Answer 1
its possibly a catlytic converter issue, have the cars computered scanned to see what codes are popping up -
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