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I wish to share this simple piece of information that has saved me thousands of dollars over the past several years. Yesterday my vehicle check engine light turned on and I knew what to do. I have never owned a new car; I always buy used. I usually buy an American model lease back or rental return with around 25,000 miles on it which saves me $10,000 – $20,000 on each vehicle purchase, and that allows me to stay out of debt (which my wife and I abhor). The risk is that the factory warranty expires 5,000 – 10,000 miles after purchase, so I could end up with a useless car less than a year after purchase, but that hasn’t happened. What has happened is the check engine light frequently lights after the vehicle exceeds 50,000 miles.