if your take it to a autozone tell them you have a check engine light and they will tell you whats wrong if anything and reset it take it to autozone and tell them your check engine light is on and they should reset it
If the check engine light stays on for the Nissan Pulsar n16, you would need to check the engine in order to clear codes. You can take the car for service and the problem will be diagnosed and restored to normalcy.
Your best best is to got to your local auto parts store. Auto Zone and O'Reilly both have OBDII Scanners to ID the reason the light is on, then you can clear the codes to turn the light off.
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After reading the code, fixing the cause, you clear the code with a scan tool.
On this vehicle the check engine light must be reset with a scan tool.
It is located on the passenger side of the car.... well engine. It's a little clear box looking thing... look it up on google.
you may want to try and disconnect the battery for a few mins that usually resets every thing..
Trying to clear the check engine light in a Kia Sorento yourself is not recommended. The check engine light could indicate a serious problem and the car should be inspected by someone qualified.
I clear the check engine light with a Scangauge II. But most ODB-II devices can read and clear the code.
You can clear a service engine soon light in an Infinite G35 by checking to see if the "check engine" light is flashing. If it is isn't, go ahead and clear the service engine light.
Use a code reader/scanner and clear all codes or try disconnecting the negative battery terminal for up to 30 mins then reconnect
GO TO A AUT ZONE TELL THEM THE CHECK ENGINE LIGHT IS ON THEY WILL COME OUT AND HOOK SOMTHING UP TO IT . THEY WILL GIVE YOU A LIST OF WHAT COULD BE THE PROBLEM AND ASK THEM TO CLEAR IT, THEY WILL DO ALL THIS FOR FREE- HOPE THIS HELPS- AMBER
After repairing the cause of the code, you clear the code with a scan tool.
Have vehicle scanned to determine the problem
You can disconnect the battery for about 5 minutes and this will clear the check engine codes stored in the computer. If the problem that caused the code has not been repaired the check engine code will just happen again. The only way to get the check engine light to not be on is to repair the problem then clear the codes.
No, a person cannot just clean a check engine light to pass inspection. The issue causing the check engine light must be dealt with and fixed.
A person can reset the check engine light by using an OBD scanner to clear the codes. This is after the problem is fixed.
A scan tool is required to clear the check engine light. If the failure is not repaired, the light will return.
Take it to advanced auto parts and have them clear the codes ... its free.
You use the test monitor and scroll down to clear code
There isn't a single fuse for the check engine light. See related questions for explanations of why the light comes on and how to clear it.
You need to keep tabs on your oil every time you gas up, if it was in fact, 'low on the stick'. If it was not low, I would disconnect the ground cable on the battery to reboot your computer and clear codes. If it comes on again, it will be one of two things: the oil sender is bad(most likely and most common) or your oil pressure is low.If the engine runs quietly, it is probably the sender.Have it replaced.
dealer must clear
Assuming you want to clear/reset the check engine light, if you have successfully made repairs to correct what was the cause of the check engine light to go on the light will clear itself after a few drive cycles.