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So I have a 2011 countryman and during this cold snap my engine light came on. I had 2 of the half filled check engine light come on. Then yesterday the half filled light came on, then the check engine light appeared on the cluster and stayed there.
Could this be caused by not enough warm up time during a cold snap? I have no place to plug my car in at home or work.
 

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No, the weather has nothing to do with the check engine light. You need to have the fault codes read to find out what the problem is with your engine management, sorry for the bad news.
 
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