This is out of the haynes code book. Disconect the negative battery cable for thirty seconds.
Simply removing the negative terminal from the battery for a couple minute and put it back. that should work
If light keeps on apperaring, you should replace the oxygen sensor located on the headers.
Why would you replace the oxy sensor for no reason???????!!!!!!!
Get Auto Zone or Advanced to pull the codes for you first for free, then take action and fix it.
Sorry for the redundancy, but disconnecting the battery will reset the system. If the check engine light comes on, the most common problem is a bad oxygen sensor. That is why it was suggested that you replace them. If they are bad, you will be getting reduced fuel economy. There are 2 sensors: one before the catalytic converter and one right after the it. They are easily accessible, so replacement is easy.
; Another very common reason for check engine is a loose or bad gas cap
i have a 1994 eclipse with a 1.8 we replaced the head gasket and timeing belt now it sputters at low rpms an the check engine light is on what could be th problem ?
The computer doesn't allow to start the engine. Check the error code.
Might Be Yr running out of oil, or water levels are low.
you have to go to a autoparts that check and see what codes come up
it resets every time you turn your car on. i have a 01 eclipse and the dealer told me that.
how i reset check enging light manually at mitsubishi fuso 4m50
Trouble code P0170 means:Fuel trim malfunction (Bank 1)
DISCONNECT THE NEGATIVE BATTERY CABLE
disconnect the positive connector on the battery
Any OBD II code reader will do the trick.
Yes it is the same thang.I was not to sure before to but i look though the book on the car and i found out that the lights are the same..
Alot of the times you can disconect the positive terminal from the battery and leave it off for 30 minutes or so then put it back on