Question about 2003 Toyota Highlander
I have a check engine light on and found my gas cap loose. I secured it 3 days ago and the light still remains on. If that was the problem, will I have to drive more "drive cycles" to have code/check engine light cleared, or will I have to clear the code with a scanner (or other method). Thanks, John K
Under the hood on the left side is a fuse panel, if there is a single EFI fuse, remove it for 30 seconds or so, if there is more than 1 efi fuse remove them both along with the fuse marked e.t.c.s. leave them out for 1 minute or so and that will erase the code and reset the light. make sure the key is switched off before removing fuses
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