Got a call from the dealer, problem is supposedly fixed. According to service manager, it was moisture in one of the sensor connections but she did not know which one.Have had my new Big Horn for a little over 2 weeks and was impressed until Monday night, I had let the fuel get down to where the low fuel light came on to see how much estimated miles I had left at that point. After making a stop and restarting I noticed the engine icon (MIL) lit, filled tank and the light stayed on. According to the manual, it may go out after a few driving cycles but it did not. So now it's back at the dealer as of yesterday and no call from them yet. I'm not sure if the low fuel has anything to do with the MIL or not. Have less than 900 miles on it and already an issue.