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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Once you fix it, the car has to go through several drive cycles. For my VW, it has to go through 3. This involves starting up cold (car has been sitting for some time), idling with AC on for a few minutes, getting over 55, coasting to a stop, getting over 55 and coasting to a stop again. It should take at least 3 days to clear.
Disconnect the battery for about 15 minutes. The problem with this is that the computer has to relearn some things, but should be fine. If the problem still exists, the light will return after 1 drive cycle.
Have it cleared with an OBD scan tool, which shops such as AutoZone, will do for free.
Posted on Aug 18, 2010
As long as you don't listen to people like Richard and buy the wrong one. OBDII didn't exist in 93. You need an OBDI.It won't tell you everything. The devices that give you real time data from a running engine are a lot more expensive. The $50 scanners only let you read and erase fault codes. And not all bad sensors are interpreted as faults.now the obd2 have more function and good to use, you maybe would like to buy a new car, the obd2 support a lots of car product after 1996 and it is cheap for you
Posted on May 05, 2012
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