TAke a paper clip or other wire and short "A"&"B" terminals together on the aldl test connector under the dash. Count the flashes of the check engine light with the ignition on. One flash pause then 2 flashes is a code 12 and means the system is working. Each code wil repeat 3 times, then the next one will show.
You can't. It requires a scanner to read them.
That requires an OBDII engine scanner to read the transmission codes.
To tell you to read the diagnostic codes.
The idle speed is read by the Engine Control Module(computer) and adjusted as necessary by use of the idle air control in conjunction with the throttle position sensor. There is no separate idle sensor as such.
Many auto parts stores will read the codes for you for no cost if you purchase the parts needed for repairs from them.
YOU CAN"T. Engine must be scanned
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.
96 on up you need a code scanner,you can take it to auto zone to have the codes read ,free of charge.
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There's over 100 Chevy codes that will make it come on-you need to have code read
It takes a scanner to read the codes.
Disconnect the battery for 15 minutes. It will clear the codes but will not solve the problem. Best thing is to have the codes read to find a solution.
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When the check engine light comes on it posts a code in the ECM. Your next step then is to read the code or codes and go from there.
12 to 14 volts. Depending on if your truck is running or not
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No it will not. You must have an OBDII engine scanner to read the codes. Some parts stores will read them free of charge. Advance auto parts is 1 that will.
Your local auto parts store will read your codes and advise you what your next step should be. Most auto parts stores will provide this service for free.
under the hood in the fuse compartment there.....that is linked to the port where you get your codes read from so if it isn't working you can't read a code.
You need to hook the computer up to a scan tool to read the codes. That will tell you why the light is on.
Take a vacuum hose off at the intake manifold and put a vacuum gauge on the port, then read the vacuum with the engine running.
Just read somewhere else that it's at the back of the motor under the distributor.
Reading diagnostic codes is easy. The driver plugs the reader/scanner into the diagnostic port of the vehicle, and the scanner/reader will give a code if there is a problem, and tell them the type of problem.
96 on up you need a scanner, you can buy 1 at the auto parts place for around 100.00 dollars. actron hand held scanner to retreive trouble codes.
you need an obdII scanner to read codes. either that or one of the many after market programmers.