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Use a Auto Scanner tool,fallow step by step reading process,take note witch code number "show" as defective,possible sensor fail, after replaces erase code using your Auto Scanner.Do it the same if another code number come out.
Unless you have a code checker with a reset switch, the easiest way to reset the light is just to remove the negative battery terminal for several minutes. That will usually do it.
Also, you don't actually need a code checker to pull the codes. With the engine shut off, you can quickly turn the key back and forth twice between the OFF and RUN positions. On the third switch from off to run leave it in the run position. The engine light will flash one or more two-digit codes. For example, if the light blinks twice, then pauses, then blinks three more times that's error code 2-3.
Sounds like the ignition switch is going bad and you may need to have the codes read to figure out why the light is coming on to begin with, try Auto Zone , they'll read the codes for free and help you with the replacement parts needed.
You can't jump wires to read codes on this model.older modules you could.check engine light will come on and stay on with key in on position.this is normal.Check to see if security light is flashing after you try to crank engine.If so you have to relearn theft module by leaving ign key in run position for about 12 minutes until security light stops flashing.Very common problem
If the check engine light is coming on there should be a code, even if the light goes off again the code should stay in the memory until it's cleared. Some auto parts stores can read the codes and will do it for free.
The flashing light is indicating an "over fueling" condition that can cause damage to the catalyticconverter.
A defective or stuck injector is typically the root cause.
Take the vehicle to your local Auto Zone and ask to have the trouble codes read. Write the codes down and respond back to me, we can get started on fixing the issue.
Hi, you'll need to get the engine light codes read. Most auto parts stores do it for free, or you could buy a code reader. You need those trouble codes to figure out what and where the problem lies. You can look up the codes here: http://www.check-engine-light.com
Don't take a chance on what the dealer says, when the engine light comes on take it and have the code read and it will tell you what is going on. The light must be on at the time the code is read though or it won't tell you anything. Most auto parts stores will do it for free.