Question about Toyota Corolla
1995 corolla 1.8 littre
Remove battery negative terminal for 5 Sec or more. Reconnect the terminal back and start the engine. If the check engine light illuminates again, retrieve the error codes and freeze frame data for detailed check up and repair.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Is there a reset button where I can turn off the Check engine light on a 98 Corolla? There has to be somewhere. After certain miles it will come on and I know from another car I had that it won't cut off until it reaches a certain amout of mile but someone told me where the reset buton was and I didn't have to deal with that annoying light anymore.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
Disconnect the battery negative cable for 1 min 30 seconds. If it comes back on, a local parts chain store will read your code for free in hopes of selling you the part for the repair.
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
I had the very same problem with my 94 tracker and it turned out to be something simple. My check engine light had popped on after it had hit 100,000. I went through all of the suggestions that people had suggested (unplug battery......etc) and still to no avail. Searching the internet, I came across a website called suzukiforum.com and there, this guy was able to help me with my problem. It turned out to be a maintenance switch that kicks on every 50,000 miles. This switch is like a secret that the auto manufactures use to ploy owners of their cars to bring to the dealer and then rack up the dollars in unnecessary "repairs". The switch is located under the dash and can be hidden anywhere. From the assistance of the guy on the forum, he was able to send me photos of this damn switch and possible locations where it may be mounted. I found mine in about 5 minutes, where it was attached to the steering column. It's a tiny switch, that you slide up or down, depending on what position it is in upon finding it. If it's up, then slide it in the down position and visa versa. Once you do this, the check engine light will go off. Make sure you do not have the car running and you can even unhook one of the battery posts, just to make sure you don't hit anything while rooting around under the dash. Good luck!
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
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