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The first thing you need to figure out is the check engine light code. You'll need to hook up your OBD2 scanner and get the code it'll be most likely a code like "Pxxx". Once you get that you can begin diagnosis. We also need to have the year make and model of your vehicle to give a good over the internet idea of what's going on. You can goto your local ...


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I have the exact same problem except I always fill my tank before I get to a half a tank. I have a 2004 Dodge SXT. I was told the fuel filter is inside the gas tank which to me is a poor design. What I do is after I put gas in my car I sit and wait. I let the car run before leaving. This seems to help somewhat. Very frustrating problem.


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I'd say that the most likely culprit would be in the ball joints. Tie rods don't require using a press and if the mechanic wasn't careful he could of crushed the ball joint into the bushing. I'd suggest bringing the car back.



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