Question about 2007 Honda Pilot
Light came on after I filled vehicle with gas. Won't go off.
Could have loose or missing gas cap.code scan see what fault code in the Evap system.
Posted on Jan 08, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It could be anything at all that is electrical or sensor-related in nature. Your car is an OBD2 car (for emissions), and it's a very strictly-controlled system. As a result, pretty much anything that fails will cause the light to come on and will store a code in the computer. Go to AutoZone and ask them to scan your computer for codes - they'll do it for free, where a dealer will hit you for up to an hour's labor. They'll tell you the fault codes, which will point you in the right direction for the fix. Get the codes that come out of the scan and post them as a reply here and we can go from there.
Posted on Oct 11, 2008
First change the fuel filter its due anyway at 90thou plus. then you have to check sparkplugs, due anyway. then have the fuel pressure checked if it is building 30psi plus. if not the fuel pump may be the culprit.
Posted on Nov 08, 2008
not neccessarily, but that may depend on the year of your vehicle. All 1996 and newer vehilces made for sale in the US have an OBDII powertrain control module. you can go to any certified mechanic and have the error code or codes scanned/read for an idea of what system is causing the MIL or Check Engine Light to stay on. from there they would need to pinpoint the problem which in many cases is an emissons part that may have failed.
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
While your fuel cap may still be an issue there are many other items that may be at fault. It's possible the fuel cap tightening is a coincidence and something else is causing the problem.
There are a few hundred possibilities that could turn on your MIL.
First thing that needs to be done is verify what the code is that turns on the light. If you are in the USA Autozone will give you a free scan to start you off. Then you can begin to home in on the problem.
Best of the festive season to you.
Posted on Dec 24, 2009
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