There is a fuse you can remove but if you do not have a service manual to ID the fuse I would not recommend this. The easy way is to go to your nearest autozone and tell them your check engine light is on, the employee will hook up the hand computer to read the code. After he reads the code tell him that you want he to clear the code from your on board computer.
Inside the owner's manual it tells how to reset this check engine warning light. I have found that in my car this light comes on about every 7,000 miles, or whenever the oil should be changed. Here is how its done. While the car is off, depress both the Reset and the Select buttons up on the console near the hazard button. Keep them both depressed while you turn the engine on. Keep holding, because within 10 or fifteen seconds the check engine light will flash. This is the signal that the switch is reset and you can let go of the buttons. That's all there is to it.
In the 2001 Acura user manual it states that it takes three drive trips to reset the check engine light and if it comes on repeatedly it should be checked. as for the SRS light it could be reset by shorting the system but not recommended I did it a few times and it could damage the engine timing control, car will run a high RPM lights will not work on your info pannel ect.
Check your engine light and if that doesn't work go to your dealer.
You can either bring it in to a Chevy dealer or use a programmer/tuner to reset the check engine light.
Most auto parts stores have a check engine light reader that you can borrow for free to read the code and also to reset the check engine light. If they are not busy, they may even do it for you for free. Support your local parts store! Worst case: Take it to your dealer or buy a check engine light reader that can also reset it.
you might have to take to the ford dealer or READ THE Manual
That is the check engine light.That is the check engine light.
Do you mean to reset the computer? If it did not work and the check engine light came back on then the problem that caused the ECU to set the check engine light has not been repaired. Take it back to the dealer.
No, oil level does not cause the check engine light.
The service engine light is the same thing as a check engine light.
The check engine light is the light shaped like an engine, or the light that states Check Engine (Soon). If this light comes on, it is time to see what the issue is with the engine.
If a check engine light is on but not flashing, you can take your time to make your way to the dealer or mechanic. If it is flashing, though, it means something is severely wrong and should be towed on the spot.
umm take it to a dealer and get the code read, no brainer.