I went to my local AutoZone and ask that question they gave me a (free) key like thing that goes under your dash (they even showed me a picture of where to place the key)turn your ignition on and count the flashes on your service engine light, then call AutoZone and they will tell you what the flashes indicate the problem is. And it is all at no cost.
Mine does not. Perhaps you a low on coolant.
You can't. It requires a scanner to read them.
That requires an OBDII engine scanner to read the transmission codes.
what buttons are used to bring up codes on display of 1994 cadillac etc
To tell you to read the diagnostic codes.
YOU CAN"T. Engine must be scanned
Many auto parts stores will read the codes for you for no cost if you purchase the parts needed for repairs from them.
Read what it says on the OIL filler cap....
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.
Take it to Auto Zone and have the codes read free. I t should tell you why the light is comming on.
96 on up you need a code scanner,you can take it to auto zone to have the codes read ,free of charge.
If the check engine light is on, or has been on, have the codes read, they may help lead you to the problem.
It takes a scanner to read the codes.
There's over 100 Chevy codes that will make it come on-you need to have code read
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.
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.
what "specs" are you looking for Buy a Chiltons or Haynes manual and read
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.
you likely mean "check engine" which could be a multitude of reasons,you need to plug it into a reader to desipher the code Many parts stores will read the codes for you for free and depending on the fault you can get the parts there to do the job.
You cleared all codes when you disconnected the battery, code 12 is all pass, the engine will have to be run til fault codes pop up
Go toa Nissan dealership to have the codes read.
you need an obdII scanner to read codes. either that or one of the many after market programmers.
in my case it was a coolant sensorbut you really need to read the codes