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How do you check a 1997 ford ranger check engine light codes?

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2008-09-12 01:06:28
2008-09-12 01:06:28

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.

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A check engine light means you have a possible problem with the emission system , you should get the Ranger scanned for trouble codes to diagnose and repair the problem . Once the problem has been repaired the check engine light can be reset.

If the check engine light stays on , a malfunction with the emission control system has been detected , have your Ranger scanned for any trouble codes to diagnose and then repair the malfunction

A check engine light means that a malfunction has been detected with the emission control system - if the check engine light does not go out ( sometimes the problem corrects itself and the light goes out ) have the Ranger scanned for trouble codes in order to diagnose and then repair the malfunction

The check engine light comes on when a malfunction with the emission control system has been detected - if the light stays on ( and doesn't correct itself ) have the Ranger scanned for trouble codes to diagnose and then repair the malfunction

All 1995 and later model vehicles require an OBDII scanner tool to retrieve the trouble codes.

Auto Zone will check your engine light codes for FREE...

It requires a scanner to properly diagnosis a check engine light.

The check engine light has nothing to do with the washer fluid. If the check engine light is on you need to have it checked for codes with a scanner.

To check engine light codes one would have to bring your vehicle to a mechanic who can use a computer to check the computer chip that regulates this function.

you check the system for trouble codes.

When the check engine light comes on , a malfunction has been detected with the emission control system , if the light stays on steady have the Ranger scanned for any trouble codes to diagnose and then repair the problem ( also if the light flashes on and off continuously with the engine running that indicates a spark plug misfire , scan , diagnose and repair )

The check engine light on a 1999 Ford Ranger is between the full mark of the gas gauge and the left turn signal arrow

Take your 2002 Ford Ranger to the garage to get the engine checked.

Auto Zone will check your engine light for free... Write down the codes and go from there.

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.

A flashing check engine light means an engine cylinder misfire has been detected

There are pages and pages of things that can turn on the check engine light. You will need to have it checked for codes.

It is important to make sure the check engine light is not on when having a car inspected. A person can reset the check engine light by clearing the codes that are causing the light to go on.

You need to check your engine. The computer has detected a problem with the engine management system and the light is letting you know that is has error codes stored.

There is a reason that the check engine light came on. The ECM (engine control module) detects a problem. You can clear the codes with a code scanner but if the problem hasn't been fixed the light will come back on. You need to have the codes read. The codes will help you determine the cause of the check engine light problem. It may be as simple as a loose fuel cap.

There are dozens of codes. Be specific as to what code you are getting.

Suggest you have it checked for trouble codes. The engine computer and airbag system should both have codes.

You need to have the engine and abs checked for codes.

There are pages and pages of things that can turn the check engine light on. You need to have it checked for codes.


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