Question about 1994 Saab 900
Is there a reset button or what else can i look for
Two ways to reset the CEL:
Unhook the battery positive cable for an hour and reattach. This should reset the CEL, but if the car is producing a current code, it will come back on. The other way is to hook up a code reader and erase the code using this. You can use a generic code reader from Autozone or Advance Auto Parts for free to do this, or pay the dealer an outrageous sum to use the Tech 2 to do it. Again, if the car is still throwing a code (the code is not an old stored code) the CEL will return.
Posted on Dec 17, 2008
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