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Who to Change engine check light bulbs on a 1996 BMW 318i?

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Who to Change engine check light bulbs on a 1996 BMW 318i?

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The check engine light does not come on for an oil change.


The check engine light has nothing to due with an oil change.


The check engine light has nothing to do with an oil change. The check engine light is reset with a scan tool after repairing the failure that caused it.


The check engine light does not come on when an oil change is due. The check engine light is for an emissions related failure. It is reset with a scan tool after the fault is repaired.


The check engine light does not generally have anything to do with the check oil light. The oil light just indicated it is time to change the oil, while the engine light indicates a problem.


To change a check engine light the dashboard must be removed this is best done by a mechanic. To reset a engine light unplug the cars battery for half a hour.


The service engine soon is the same as a check engine light. It has nothing to do with an oil change.


The check engine light has nothing to do with an oil change it is an indication of a failure of an emissions component.


I had to take the dash panel down to get to the bulbs. It's pretty straigt forward takiking the dash down or if you can look in a chiltons manual it shows the steps.


That is the check engine light.That is the check engine light.


No, the oil change reminder and the check engine light are unrelated.


Check engine light has nothing to do with oil change. The check engine light staying on indicates the computer has detected a problem that is effecting the emissions controls. Now if you are referring to the maintenance required light, open the owner's manual and read it.


The Check Engine light has nothing to do with oil changes and if it is on you have an emissions problem. The Maintenance Required light indicates you need an oil change. You must reset that light manually.


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Check engine light or required maintenance light. Procedure for resetting required maintenance light just answered. Check engine light requires an OBD II to determine problem and turn the light off.


Yes of course it can. It's just a bulb like the rest. When you first start turn on the ignition without starting the engine all of the warning bulbs will light up for a few seconds. If the Check engine light isn't coming on then it is burnt out.


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 has nothing to do with oil changes. It is on because there is a problem with the emissions system.


Please be more specific--there is no such thing as an "engine light". There is a Check Engine Light or Service Engine Soon light. You have to remove the instrument cluster to replace the bulb for this or any other instrument 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.


There are many reasons why a check engine light could come on following a timing belt change. When the check engine light comes on there is a code stored in the computer to tell you why the light came on. Most auto parts stores will read the code for free.


No, the check engine light means there is a problem with the emissions system. The maintenance required light means something like an oil change needs to be done.


The check engine light is an immediate signal to pull into a garage and get a quick diagnostic check. It could be a variety of problems with the engine. Usually there is a separate oil light or a wrench icon on newer vehicles to indicate an oil change is required.



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