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Reading coder on toyota echo

Can codes be read without a reader on a 2000 toyota echo

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I am sorry but no, there are different codes some are P codes, some are B codes, and there are other ones, OBD 1 (84-96) systems could flash the check eng lite and give you codes, but they were just two numbers like 12. A typical OBD 2 code is like this P1546, this is a emission code. Kragen auto or any of the chain auto parts stores will read the codes for free.

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It may have been a temporary problem. Mine does this occasionally. Have the codes read by someone with a reader. I have my own. Or: try disconnecting one battery post for a few minutes which should re boot the computer. If the problem was temporary, when you reconnect the battery, the engine light will be out. If it comes on again something needs fixing so get the codes read and find out what it is.

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