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Old 27 Oct 2008, 01:55 pm
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Default 2003 Accord - CVS Valve

I just brought my accord into the dealer because the engine light was on. They told me that I needed to replace the CVS valve and until I do that the engine light will not go off. I decided to wait to have it fixed b/c it was going to cost $300 and they indicated that it wasnt a serious matter. When I got in my car the light was off (and still is 3 days later). Can anyone tell me how important this valve is and is it something I should have the dealer do? Thanks.
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