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The issue can be either simple or complex. The next step is that you need to pull the error code(s) from the computer. REMEMBER the codes are a clue and not necessarily the culprit.A loose vacuum hose can throw a lean cylinder error, as well as others.
If that clock is digital read out lights you might have to replace whole clock if not you will have to take dash apart to get to it,Overhead should have visable screws to take out to release lite cover,
There are hidden cheats (just like a video game)
this is cool try it out.
1. ignition off
2.Press and hold trip meter button(left black button) down and turn igniton kry to first position. Keep the button pressed about 5 seconds until the words Oil Service or Inspection reset appears on LCD display.
3. Release the button then press and hold till reset begins to flash
while the display is flashing let go then press again.
the display will read END SIA and your all done.
In practice you have to make the inputs quickly, do not delay as you will have to start over
hello, the first place to check, is the brake switch, located on the top of brake padal...sometimes the connection comes loose or breaks. if there is no power to the switch then check your fuses (all of them).. good luck, marty
I had the same problem when I first got it. I realized that the problem was the CD I was putting in. The CD player will NOT read burned RW CDs. I hope that helps! But it will read burned R CDs and ones from the store.