you can reset your computer and it will turn off the check enigne light by simply removing the negative cable from your battery for 10 seconds and then hooking it back up, when you start your car the light should go off within seconds, if their is a problem with your emission controls that is making the light come on to begin with it will come back on again, if it is just the computer telling the light to come on so you will take it in to the dealer then un hooking the negative cable will reset the computer which will reset the light, ya out,!
To reset the check engine light on a 1998 Honda Civic located the blue 15 amp fuse in the engine bay fuse box. The fuse is labeled ECU, and will reset the check engine light when removed.
its in behind the glove box to the right theres a button
I reset the check engine light on my jeep by disconnecting it from the battery.
A quick way to reset the check engine light would be to disconnect the battery for a short while
Disconnect the negative battery cable for five minutes. But, unless you repair the problem that set the light in the first place it will just come back on.
disconnect the battery for 1 minute and it will reset.
You can reset the check engine light, on your 1998 Land Rover, by repairing what ever is causing the light to stay on. You can determine the cause by using a diagnostic tester.
After repairing the cause of the code, you reset it with a scan tool.
unhook the battery for about 10 min. should reset
Battery disconnect or a scan tool.
Disconnect the battery cable, wait few second that reconnect. That will reset the engine light but doesn't fix the problem. if the problem was not fixed the light will come back on.
Have vehicle scanned to determine the problem
The check engine light on the 1998 Buick Park Avenue can be reset by disconnecting the battery for a few minutes and then reconnecting it. The check engine light is only going to stay off if the problem that created the light is fixed.
A person can reset the service engine light in a 1998 Tahoe by disconnecting the battery cables for 1 minute. After the battery cables are reconnected, the light should turn itself off.
Just disconnect the battery for couple minutes.
You could try un hooking the battery.
With an OBD2 code reader
Easy, fix the problem that caused the light to come on in the first place.
There are pages and pages of things that can cause a check engine light. You need to have it checked with a scantool. Then the code can be diagnosed and repaired.
If the check engine light is on, there's something wrong with the engine. Or, the computer is bad. One or the other. They don't set a light for no reason.
You have to plug it into a computer/diagnostics machine for it to reset. Also, you will see that the code for your problem is fixed, or not.
You can clear the code with a scan tool or by unhooking the battery. If the cause is not repaired, the light will return.
Yes it does have a light, mine just came on
i unhooked the battery...(both terminals)