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KnightRiderGT
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KnightRiderGT Apr 15, 6:07pm - #443085 
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Engine Light went ON

I had my car did a major tune up at the Toyota dealer at 59,000 miles and now it's 65000 miles. Could the engine light go on because I needed a oil change. I know it's been long over due but I been busy. Looking at my invoice on the major tune up, I noticed that it said failed code 99. Does anybody know what this code mean.

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Haulin_A_Doo
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Haulin_A_Doo Apr 15, 9:32pm - #443086 
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Never heard of code 99.

No, not changing your oil won't make your engine light come on. Maybe your oil light if it goes dry.

Take it to the dealer & get your code read.
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celicadragon Apr 15, 9:45pm - #443087 

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turn it off spineyes

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KnightRiderGT
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KnightRiderGT Apr 15, 10:04pm - #443088 
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I still have plenty of oils in there. I don't think I can turn off engine light. I had a similiar experience before on a Honda Prelude with the engine light on but it was a problem with the Oxygen sensor and Catalytic converter. I guess I check it with the dealer.
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Polykarb Apr 16, 2:16am - #443089 

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Mike2000gt Apr 16, 3:24pm - #443090 
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Could just be an O2 sensor
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