Question about Cars & Trucks
Check engine ligth stays on i disconected the battery for 2 days i replaced the front converter for emission problem .tried to resset the computer but light stayed on
Your computer will store the fault code till it gets reset either by scan tool, or by operating the vehicle for at least 50 to 80 "good trips", trips that the ecm found no fault. It is possible there are other faults that the ecm has seen. OBDII systems cannot be erased like the older systems could be erased by the battery being disconnected.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
have you had a diagnostic code check? if not i'd start there. it sounds like it might be a oygen sensor, but before spending money on it, it really should have a diagnostic test to tell you exactly whats causing the problem.
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
SOURCE: Emission Control System
To accurately diagnose this problem , you should have this car check by a computer to see exactly which component is BAD. Here is my suggestion ITS FREE.. Go to an auto-zone and have them put this vehicle on a code scanner ITS free and see what the code is it may be something like a purge valve system leak or even an 02 -oxygen sensor. Good luck and thanks for using FIX Ya .. contact if you need more help.
Posted on May 12, 2009
Those lights indicate an issue with ABS or traction control systems. In order to properly diagnose the problem the vehicle's codes will need to be read with a scanner.
Generally speaking there is no danger in driving the vehicle but be aware you may not have functioning traction control and/or ABS while those lights are present.
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
SOURCE: check engine ligths comes in.
You have a problem with the emissions system. Have the ECU scanned at almost any Auto Parts store. The code it retrieves will tell you what part is being effected. Not necessarily the defective part but what is being effected.
Posted on Sep 21, 2011
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