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Which lights? the night lights or the symbol lights. if the symbol lights are the lights that are on, you need to tell me which ones. you said all lights but if it is the symbol lights then you are telling me the battery light ,oil light ,temp light, abs light, low coolant,washer fluid,check engine,brake and so on, let me know what is on.
If the "check engine" or "service engine soon" light is on, then the computer has detected and stored a trouble code ( DTC) and you need an OBD II code reader. the connection should be on the drivers side under the dash on the inside of the vehicle. In some states the local auto parts store will do this for free.
hi what this is telling you is that you now need to get the vehicle serviced, what manufacturers do is put a certain amount of miles on the system before the next service is due, this will depend on how many miles before the next one, eg, if the manufacturer says that you have 12,000 miles between each service it will put 11,500 miles as a reminder, then when you get over the miles say 12,500 this will stay on until the service has been done and then the light is reset by the garage....hope this helps please rate and vote thanks
You'll need to give us the specific code, in the format P0xxx. Just saying "O2 sensor" doesn't mean anything. It could be the heater circuit, fuse, o2 sensor itself, etc. Changing an O2 sensor isn't too hard but you may not need to replace it/them.
There are to many things that may have created the problem. Best thing to do is go to Auto Zone or Parts Source and have the Montana Computer scanned.
Believe both parts store will scan for free so you know exactly what parts you need to pix the problem.
It could be something simple, Good luck and hope this helps
the light can be caused by any one or combination of over 200 trouble codes, go to any kragen or Autozone parts store and ask for a trouble code test, it is free, then record the code(s) they come up with and post them back on fixya
the only way you can retrieve these codes is with a code reader. it's cheaper than a scan tool. problem with these is it only reads the codes and the booklet tells you what the code means but it can't clear the code and it can't change the parameters to keep the codes from coming back. do me a favor and rate this ...thanks