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.
you can either purchase a computer programmer ($200-$350+) that will allow you to check and clear codes as well as adjust computer settings for maximum performance or take the vehicle to most auto parts stores that can check the codes for free.
You can disconnect the battery for about 5 minutes and this will clear the check engine codes stored in the computer. If the problem that caused the code has not been repaired the check engine code will just happen again. The only way to get the check engine light to not be on is to repair the problem then clear the codes.
To check engine light codes one would have to bring your vehicle to a mechanic who can use a computer to check the computer chip that regulates this function.
Auto Zone will check your computer codes for FREE... They can also clear them.
I you pulled a P0700 out of the engine computer it means that you need to check the transmission computer (tcm) for codes also.I you pulled a P0700 out of the engine computer it means that you need to check the transmission computer (tcm) for codes also.
If the check engine light stays on for the Nissan Pulsar n16, you would need to check the engine in order to clear codes. You can take the car for service and the problem will be diagnosed and restored to normalcy.
Auto Zone will check your engine codes and if you ask they will clear your codes for FREE.
yes, and what codes are you asking about "check engine" or anti lock radio codes?
No, old or pending malfunction codes are stored in the computer and can be recalled when the computer is accessed.
On this vehicle the check engine light must be reset with a scan tool.
Easiest way is to disconnect the negative battery cable for a couple minutes then reconnect. This will clear the error codes from the computer. If everything is okay, the CHECK ENGINE light will stay off.