you need to have it cleared with an OBD2 scanner. Most national chain auto parts stores have this service for free. (autozone, parts america, advance auto parts)
Chain auto store are not allowed to legally clear the codes. They can usually be cleared by disconnecting the battery for 10 minutes or so. Keep in mind that when you reattach you computer will have a readiness code until it completes its cycle. So any code you had previous, if not fixed, will return. You cannot pass any emissions test with a readiness code.
Probably because you need to check the engine.
The check engine light on a 94 Buick Olds Cutlass is read using an OBDII code reader. It is connected to the port under the dash which interfaced directly with the reader.
There are pages and pages of things that can cause a check engine light. You need to have it checked with a scantool. Then the code can be diagnosed and repaired.
I've had problems with the Intake Manafold and also with the spark plug towers burning out setting off the check engine light. I know there are more but this is just my personal experience with my 1999 cutlass.
Could be the catalytic converter.
Disconnect the battery, wait 10 minutes, and reconnect.
Check your engine light and if that doesn't work go to your dealer.
i would say because it is not getting spark but i have a 77 cutlass with the same problem so check it for spark
You can either bring it in to a Chevy dealer or use a programmer/tuner to reset the check engine light.
dealer must clear
The check engine light has a couple of variations, but is overall similar in all vehicles. It appears as either a small engine symbol with the words 'Check Engine," or without the words (or without the symbol and only the words).You might also see:Service Engine Soon.Check.An engine with a hazard symbol on it.(See related Links for images of the Check Engine light)If your asking what the symbol is meant to look like, its an engine.
Check the VIN... serial # on engine... valve covers labeled... call a dealer...
you might have to take to the ford dealer or READ THE Manual
check the VIN
Do you mean to reset the computer? If it did not work and the check engine light came back on then the problem that caused the ECU to set the check engine light has not been repaired. Take it back to the dealer.
To be sure, take the numbers off of the drivers side rear of engine and check with dealer.
Hook up a scan tool or take it to your dealer.
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It means that you need to get the cars computer scanned to find out what the problem is.
It will, if it causes the fuel mixture to be out of range.
If you are referring to resetting the Check Engine Light then you will need to have someone with a scanner to do it. If you are referring to reprogramming the Engine Control Module then the dealer will do it.
RWD or FWD?
The computer stores the codes until it is reset manually. The check engine light does not have to be on to check the codes.
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