As this is a 96 model, it can be either a OBD1 or OBD2 system. If it is a 1 system, removing the battery cable for 5 minutes will reset the light. If it is a 2 system, you will need a code reader to do this. Have the problem fixed as it may cause damage to parts such as the catalytic converter. maybe mine is different, but I seem to be able to reset it by removing the battery cable I think he means IF YOU WANT TO READ THE CODES, if you just want them gone, remove the battery cable mine is a 96 OBD2, by the way, all 96 is OBD2, he does have a good point about looking into why they are crying, but I think we all want to erase them, then see how long it is till they come back on, then maybe it's time to go to autozone and get them read for free
An auto parts store can reset it for you.
on the driver side by the front speaker up underneath is a switch that turns off the check engine light.
There isn't a reset switch. The light is reset with a scan tool after the cause of the trouble code has been repaired.
The check engine light has to be reset with a OBD scan tool
You reset the check engine light with a scan tool after repairing the failure.
The check engine light is reset with a scan tool after repairing the cause of the fault.The check engine light is reset with a scan tool after repairing the cause of the fault.
on most vehicles if you disconnect the battery cables it will reset the check engine light
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The check engine light comes on in a car when there is a problem with the engine. It will go off or be reset when the problem is fixed.
You need a scan tool to properly reset the check engine light.
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