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Getting rid of a check engine light with my chevy cobalt @ 100mph (160kmh) 2.2L

This is a video that I have taken randomly on a bridge just for fun and the funny thing is that at the last second when i stop the video, just before that the check engine light disapear when im rolling at 100mph. I never knew what this check engine light was for but its funny to see how it disapeared. This cobalt is totally stock with the 145hp 2.2L engine.


 


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