It means you have a malfunction in the cars engine. If it blinks stop ASAP!.. You need a scanner to pull the codes to get to what exactly is wrong
how to reset check engine light on 1992 Mazda mpv
If there is an AutoZone close by you can go there and they will pull the computer codes for free. If not, you'll have to visit a repair shop with the ability to do so; they typically charge for this.
The check engine light on a Mazda CX7 can be turned off by attaching an OBD II code reader. It can both read the engine codes and turn off the check engine light.
Have you checked the codes it is throwing? If your engine light is on, most likely there is a reason. Take the car to a local autozone. They can pull the codes for free and tell you what they mean. http://www.autozone.com/servlet/UiBroker?UseCase=S001&UserAction=viewSimpleDiagInfo&Parameters=info
You need OBD2 reader or scanner to get the codes
The engine computer had detected something wrong somewhere in the engine management system. This could be an O2 sensor or any number of things. Take your car to a shop and have your car scanned for fault codes to see what the problem might be.
Have the trouble codes retrieved with an OBDII scanner to identify the problem areas before you start spending on repairs that might not be the cause of the problem(s).
go to autozone, they do it for free and print out codes, otherwise buy an obdII scanner.
flashing check engine lite means do not drive, or you risk permanent engine damage. you need to get the codes scanned
First you need to determine why the check engine light came on then make appropriate repairs before resetting the check engine light. Take a drive to your local auto parts store and have them check for codes. They will perform this service at no cost to you. Once you have the codes you or your mechanic can determine what the next step should be.
lol, scanned man, bring it to autozone, they scan for free
Have the computer checked for stored codes. This will give a clue as to which sensor is triggering the "check engine" light. Many auto parts stores will check the codes for you at no charge.
That means an error code has been set in the ECU memory. You need to have the codes read with a OBDII scanner, then look up the reference codes in a manual in the engine controls section. A good scanner will tell you what the codes are. Mine was a loose O2 connector.
you check the system for trouble 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 or Advance Auto Parts will check your codes for free.
Auto Zone will check your engine light codes for FREE...
Yes, P0700 is a code in the engine computer that tells you to check the trans computer for codes. You check those codes and repair them and P0700 will go away.Yes, P0700 is a code in the engine computer that tells you to check the trans computer for codes. You check those codes and repair them and P0700 will go away.
You may think there is nothing wrong but there is. If the check engine light is on there will be codes stored in the ECM. Have the codes read. The codes will help you determine what the cause is.
Hey DJ==No. Go to your local Auto Zone and they will read thm for free. GoodluckJoe
I use a scan tool.
yes, and what codes are you asking about "check engine" or anti lock radio codes?
It requires a scanner to properly diagnosis a check engine light.