2. Your Check Engine Light is Off

If you're buying a used car and the check engine light doesn't come on when you start it, beware. Some unsavory used car dealers will disconnect the bulb to draw attention away from cars with engine problems. Most cars will have the dashboard lights flash on at ignition - if that light doesn't come on at the start, then it could indicate something hinky is going on.

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