Question about 2007 Scion tC Coupe
Brought my 2007 Scion TC in for diagnostic check when check engine light came on (wish I knew Auto Zone did this for free!) I was told fuel filler pipe needs replacing. I look around online and found on a consumer website on Scions the following ... "Check-engine light: The check engine light may glow due to a poor fit between the gas cap and filler neck. (2005-09)" How do I know if mine is just glowing because of poor fit or if it really needs replacing ???
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2008 Scion TC Warning Light
This is already covered in the owner's manual, but here it is again as a quick reference.
Every 5,000 miles, a "Maintenance Required" light will blink for the first couple seconds after you start your car. It will continue to do so until it is reset. If it is not reset, than it will eventually turn on your "Check Engine" light. The purpose of the maintenance required light is to remind TC owners to change their oil. The factory recommended interval is 5,000 miles, but you can reduce the interval the light will come on to a mileage interval of your choice.
1. Before starting, make sure that the odometer is not on one of the trip mileage odometers but is displaying the standard odometer.
2. With the car off, press and hold down the odometer reset button. While still holding it, start the car.
3. The light should continue to blink for a couple seconds and than disappear. That will reset the light for another 5,000 miles.
4. The following are steps to change the interval in which the maintenance required light comes on. Right after you turn on the ignition while holding the reset button, you'll notice that the odometer display will show 5 bars. Each bar corresponds to a 1,000 miles. As each bar disappears, the interval will increase (0 bars = 5k, 1 bar = 4k). Release the reset button at the interval you desire.
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
YOU CAN GO TO ANY ADVANDED AUTO PARTS AND THEY CAN HOOK UP A OBD2 SCANNER, WE THEY DO ASK THEM TO RESET THE LIGHT FOR YOU.. THIS IS A FREE SERVICE TO THE PUBLIC..GOOD LUCK KEITH..
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
get an obd 2 code reader and clear the code thats the only way to do it
Posted on Mar 09, 2010
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With the car turned off, push in and hold the trip reset button for the odometer. While holding the trip reset button, turn the key to the on position. The light will turn off. The check engine light will turn on every 5k miles to remind you to change your oil unless you or someone else changed the factory defaults on this setting.
Posted on May 14, 2010
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