Have the abs system checked for codes and repair the cause.Have the abs system checked for codes and repair the cause.
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You need an OBD2 scan tool to clear the codes after the repair.
there are absolutley millions of codes for cp items and im not giving you one
Yes, P0700 is a code in the engine computer that tells you to check the trans computer for codes. You check those codes and repair them and P0700 will go away.Yes, P0700 is a code in the engine computer that tells you to check the trans computer for codes. You check those codes and repair them and P0700 will go away.
If you are referring to the diagnostic trouble codes (DTC), you can go to your public library and check out a Haynes or Chilton's Repair Manual for your vehicle. Chapter 6 in either book will have instructions on how to retrieve the codes, what the codes mean, and how to fix/repair/replace the component(s).
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Have the codes read, repair the cause, clear code with a scan tool or battery disconnect.Have the codes read, repair the cause, clear code with a scan tool or battery disconnect.
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If you go to AutoZone .com and check with there repair manuals on-line you can find the engine codes for your tracker
Edited.... There was talk about Mattel giving answers to the codes, but it never happened.
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Complex Repair codes in CPT - 13XXX
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there are many codes to refer to. Pick up a Haynes repair manual and they are all listed inside.
I am sorry but you don't and you will need one to clear codes after the repair.
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Take your car to a parts store for pulling OBD I codes or lookup online how to do it and that will give you one or more 2-digit codes that will give you more information. Suggest running to the library for a repair manual. If you ask another question later, add what engine it has.
Repair the problem and then reset the light with a OBD2 scanner.
There are pages and pages and items that can cause a check engine light. You need to have it checked for codes with a scan tool. After repair light can be shut off with scan tool.
Repair whatever is ailing the engine. That light is telling you something, have the codes read and find out what it is and repair it.