go to OBD codes.com they have them for everything sandi
Read the codes. Then fix the problem. Autozone will read the codes for you for free.
To get the computer codes you press the "Off" and Warm" buttons on the A/C unit at the same time.
Have vehicle scanned to determine the problem and have codes cleared
get a code scanner, or borrow one from a parts store, plug it in and clear codes
Not knowing what the following codes are will not allow someone to know which indicate an Oldsmobile 88. Information should be provided as to what the codes are.
the code is 93kj
Have vehicle scanned to see if any codes are stored to determine the problem
How do I get engine codes for 1999 toyota corolla?
looking for the car code for a ninety eight 1989 oldsmobile
You'll need an OBD/II compatible scantool to clear the codes.
No, You may if you like replace it with a 3.4. OVH It will bolt up just fine. Make sure that you replace the harness aswell. The 3.1 harness on the 3.4 will read out trouble codes and turn engine light on.
First get engine scanned with scan tool(service engine soon or malfunction indicator light is on dash) If no light or no codes present 90% on GM vehicles it is the crank sensor First get engine scanned with scan tool(service engine soon or malfunction indicator light is on dash) If no light or no codes present 90% on GM vehicles it is the crank sensor
It's on for a reason. It means that there is a malfunction in one of the engine control devices. Take the car to a shop and have them extract the codes, or if you want, go and get a repair manual for your car, and do the diagnostics yourself.
well..............what are the codes?
You can disconnect the negative battery cable, wait a couple minutes then reconnect the cable. This will clear the codes and reset the check engine light but, if the reason the light came on isn't fixed the light will come back on soon.
my car turn over,but will nostart.
Do you have a Check Engine, or Service Engine Soon light on your dash? The 2 are related. Run it by your local autozone, and ask them to pull the codes for it. They can tell you if its serious or not. Or you can take it by AAMCO, I believe they have a transcheck 21 thing, and don't charge for it.
The OBD2 system will not BLINK codes for you. It requires a engine scanner to read the codes. HAVE ENGINE SCANED. Some parts stores will do that for free.
all 3 codes lead to the trans
You may think there is nothing wrong but there is. If the check engine light is on there will be codes stored in the ECM. Have the codes read. The codes will help you determine what the cause is.
With a scan tool.
If you have an Autozone nearby, they will read codes for free.