Question about 1993 Mercury Villager
Check engine light comes on for several minutes then is off for several minutes or 200 miles. How do I "read" the codes manually. I have the codes, just can't find out how to get them. Service manual, Ford CD with all manuals, internet, parts stores are all no help. The only tester I can buy sells for $600 and up(used). Looks like the connector is below the fuse block (left of steering wheel). any help would be appreciated.
This info is in the PS/ED Manual. (Powertrain Controls/Emissions Diagnostics).
You should just go to a dealer and have him run scan and give you the codes. It should cost about $75. Or, call your local parts stores and find one that will run the codes for free.
A check engine light on staedy just means you have an emissions failure. Not a big deal.
If it flashes, that is a big deal.
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