check with auto zone, mayb ethey have a book you can look at right quick i know on ours whihc isn't home this second..lol has a trouble code box on the passenger wheel well, its about an inch by an inch with a rubber cover, you need to jump two of the slots you see in there and i ain't sure whihc ones without my car eing here check withh auto zone. good luck
If you go to AutoZone .com and check with there repair manuals on-line you can find the engine codes for your tracker
you check the system for trouble codes.
If you can not read codes with a scanner you have a wiring problem.
www.troublecodes.net Good luck I have a 1995 email@example.com
pretty much instantly. As soon as the codes are cleared the check engine light goes off and vice versa, unless there still is trouble. In this case the codes won't clear until the trouble is repaired.
See link below for a complete list of trouble codes.
Suggest you have it checked for trouble codes. The engine computer and airbag system should both have codes.
A problem with the emission system. Need to have trouble codes checked.
Pending trouble codes: These are similar to normal trouble codes, but they are set after a single driving cycle, and usually before the check engine light is illuminated. Useful after repair work has been finished
After the Explorer is scanned for trouble codes to diagnose and then repair the malfunction , then the check engine light can be reset
The check engine light is reset with a scan tool after repairing the failure that caused the trouble codes.
Without having it checked for codes, It is impossibe to answer.
A scan tool or code reader is required to read the trouble codes on a 2001 Chrysler Town and Country.
The engine computer has detected a malfunction. You need to have the system checked for trouble codes.
You can't manually get the check engine light to give you the trouble codes on your vehicle. 1995 and later vehicles use the OBDII system and you must use a scanner tool to retrieve the codes. You can go to AutoZone or similar auto parts store that offers free scans to get the trouble codes retrieved. Or you can buy your own scan tool for about $70.
The most common engine check engine light codes would be indicating that something has gone wrong under the bonnet basically. Each manufacturer has different codes and so the garage uses diagnostic computer tools to find out the problem.
If your check engine light is blinking with the engine running that is indicating a misfire - get your vehicle scanned for any trouble codes to diagnose and then repair the problem
The Check Engine Light comes on when a performance or emissions problem is detected. The OBDII diagnostics need to be scanned to retreive the trouble codes to determine where the problem lies. AutoZone will scan for the codes at no charge.
check obd2 with scanner for trouble codes find problem, fix or replace sensor or part, clear codes with scan tool
The check engine light is reset with a scan tool after repairing the failure that caused the trouble codes to be stored in the computer.
All 1995 and later model vehicles require an OBDII scanner tool to retrieve the trouble codes.
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You need to have it checked for trouble codes. You can then diagnose the cause.
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.
A scan tool is required to read the trouble codes.