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Check Engine Light can be reset by disconnecting the battery terminal and and putting it back again. Make sure you have the code for the radio before you disconnect the battery terminal as the radio can get locked. You can get the radio code from any dealer. Another way to rest the check engine light is by using an error code checking meter. You will have to purchase one. It is always better to first get it checked from a mechanic for the reason of the light to come on before you reset the light as it might be an indication of a serious engine issue.
The only way to turn off the MIL (Malfunction Indicator Light) or "check engine Light", is to either use a scanner to reset the MIL, or you can dis-connect the battery for three minutes, but if you do dis-connect the battery you will have to re-set the radio and anything else that has a KAM (Keep Alive Memory).