I you pulled a P0700 out of the engine computer it means that you need to check the transmission computer (tcm) for codes also.I you pulled a P0700 out of the engine computer it means that you need to check the transmission computer (tcm) for codes also.
All 1995 and later model vehicles require an OBDII scanner tool to retrieve the trouble codes.
There are thousands of reasons. You need to pull out error codes. You can do it at local autozone store.
Yes, the codes can still be retrieved and read by an OBDII scanner, even if the bulb is missing from the Check Engine Light. Don't understand why you would want to pull the bulb out unless you are trying to "fake" out of passing an emmissions or similar test on your vehicle. The Check Engine Light plays a very important part in warning of potential problems - I wouldn't pull the bulb out.
If it's running bad the check engine light should be on. Pull the codes or get it scanned to give you direction of where to begin the diagnostics
go to cars.com and check specifications of trucks and look under towing capacity.
Pretty simple connect an obd2 scanner and it will pull the error codes for the check engine light then look up the error code and diagnose and fix your problem
It means you have a malfunction in the cars engine. If it blinks stop ASAP!.. You need a scanner to pull the codes to get to what exactly is wrong
It means you need to hook up to a computer with the Volvo software and pull codes.
If your checking the level of the tranny fluid in an automatic you need to turn on the engine let it idle in park NEUTRAL and pull the dipstick.
Go to Auto Zone they will pull codes for you for FREE. It may be the O2 Sensor
To reset the check engine light on a 1994 Honda Civic locate the fuse box in the engine compartment. Find the ECU fuse and pull it off for at least 5 seconds. This will erase all codes on the ECU.
with a scan tool. go to a repair shop and they will have one or go to auto-zone an they can read the codes but they cant erase them like a shop can.
Ideally you would want to know why the check engine light is on. It could be something serious or it may not be. Are there any other symtoms/noises? It could be one of many things. The engine needs to be scanned for the error codes and a diagnosis can be made from there. Autozone or Advance auto will pull the codes for free. Hope this helps. "G"
You have either a major or minor engine problem, or a bad input or system monitoring sensor someplace. You need to check for trouble codes to find out why. how do I pull the code is it in some control box under hood
because you failed to pull the DTC codes with a coder reader (OBD2) and then correct this error. pull the DTC code and post that . get Huge response
It means you need to have a code reader connected and pull codes to determine the issue.
Pull the codes from the computer, match the code to the troubleshooting procedure, follow the procedure to find the source. Repair the source, light will go out if that was the only problem. There are "monitors" or self test the computer runs the car through, if a problem occurs, it may not run all of the self tests until that problem is taken care. Therefore, another problem may exist. It is emission related. We just found out that the check engine light on our 1993 Toyota Pickup is due to a bad "knock sensor".
You can go to auto zone parts store and thay will do it for you FREE. You must have a OBD2 engine scanner to pull the codes.
Generally you pull the DipStick and see what the level is. It is located under the hood of the truck and could be Black or Yellow in color and located on the left or right side of the engine. Suggest you read your owners manual to learn how and where.
You need to stop by AutoZone or Advance Auto Parts and ask them to pull error codes out of your computer.
Use a OBD-II code puller or scaner you usually can barrow one from autozone or a similar place.
Have you checked the codes it is throwing? If your engine light is on, most likely there is a reason. Take the car to a local autozone. They can pull the codes for free and tell you what they mean. http://www.autozone.com/servlet/UiBroker?UseCase=S001&UserAction=viewSimpleDiagInfo&Parameters=info
find the "diagnosis" connection box under the hood left side of engine. open; attach jumper wire to "e1" + "te1" & count flashes of check eng light to obtain codes.
check all the whiring check all the internal gaskets and when it dies pull the codes fron m the computer check all the whiring check all the internal gaskets and when it dies pull the codes fron m the computer