Press and hold the off button and the red warmer button at the same time on your ac/heater controller & the display will start to read out your trouble codes (release the buttons after it starts reading) press the off button when your done. you can also view other info by pressing the temp up or down button when in diagnostics mode,
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Take the car to one of the national auto parts stores that do a free "engine check light" analysis. Check with Mineke or Pep Boys locally or call one of the other national chains to see if they do "check engine light service.
how about the deposits on the old plugs? did they all look the same or were any a light tan color?? if so suspect an intake or head problem, if not do a comoression check and have a real time scanner check done for sensor and actuator analysis
Way too many possibilities, but here it goes:
First, the dredded check engine system generally monitors the emissions sensors, and probably safe to drive (maybe even ignore light).
While driving, do you notice anything different:
Running hotter or overheat, misfire, engine dies for no reason while idling, or driving?
Filled-up fuel from new brand/station, etc.
blah, blah, blah,
Gas cap loose or lost?
How far away is an AutoZone? They provide a free analysis and provide the "code" and printed "most likely" problem.
Could just be a bad sensor and nothing wrong with anything.
The best way to find a solution to the problem is to have a dianostic analysis. You have a plastic cover next to the cigarette lighter. Look closely, you shall see inprinted an engine diagram. Remove the plastic cover and you will see the plug for the computer diagnostic. You can buy the comp for about 100 dollars or pay the mechanic 80 dollars for a one time check. The computer will give you codes on what is wrong and then you have a book to see wht the codes are. You probably have a bad fuel line injector..just a guess...good luck
could be a bent valve but all depends how much da car means to you if you want to keep your car bring to a local garage or specialest ask them or bring it to a place where dat modify cars and ask them how much dont always go on 1 garage quote shop around and pull a fella in a garage to the side and ask em would he do u a favour as an nixer to do the job and see want he says come bak to me if notin happens