The check engine light just came on in my 2000 Camry. It has 180,781 miles, and the 180k mark is the recommended timing belt replacement mark. I've checked the tightness on the gas cap, and I'm hoping that the light is on just to get me to take my car in to have the timing belt changed. Does Toyota do this? It seems like a good move on their part. Anyway, I've already had the timing belt changed, and I'm just hoping my mechanic didn't reset whatever needs to be reset to prevent the light from showing up.
What are my chances?