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Service engine soon light is on.

DTC code P0352 & P0357. Engine seems to be running fine. Is there a reset button in the system some where ? Could problem be fridgid weather related ?

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  • Rick Byrd
    Rick Byrd May 11, 2010

    A.) no, there is not a reset button per-say , but you can clear the code with a scanner or code reader , or stop by an autozone , see if they will scan it for you , give you definition and clear it for you . B.) weather related ?? tuff call ..

    how did you know what codes you had ? if you scanned it , why didn't you just clear them ?

    J5


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