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Did you put back. Pulling a fuse will not reset the light you have a problem the only way to do that is find out what is wrong. I think starting problem was caused by pulling the fuse. Put fuse back and give me an update
If it does it again go to a auto parts stor and ask them to put the scan tool on it and get the codes pulled. Write them down and post them on here. You may be able to get codes now. It probably stored the codes in the cars computer.
When a 'check engine light' (MIL=Malfunction Indicator Lamp) is turned on, there is a DTC (Diagnostic Trouble Code) set/stored in the ECM/PCM (Engine Control Module/Powertrain Control Module). This code identifies which engine management system component/function experienced a malfunction. Once you pull/read this code, you may begin diagnosis.
take it to autozone or advanceautoparts and ask them to put their scanner on it and pull up the codes that are tripping that light. they will then pull them up on their computer to let you know a broad idea of what is tripping the codes
if light stays on it means the problem is an active code meaning what ever the cause it is broken, you need to drive it over to auto zone or advance and have them pull the codes for you they do it for free.
That code is "evaporative emission control system leakage. (evap. canister system)"
this code takes at least two drive cycles to set. You can try to reset the engine light and emission computer and clear the code and see if the code resets. If it stays clear, it was probably a spurious code. To reset the engine light and emission computer, pull the No. 13 "clock/backup" (7.5A) fuse in the front passenger's kick panel fuse box. Wait at least 10 seconds. Put the fuse back in. This should put the check engine light out. If the light comes back on after two drive cycles (that is; start, run for a while, turn off X 2) have it checked out by a mechanic.
go to your local auto parts store usually they will pull the codes from the car for free once you have the trouble code that is causing the check engine light to come on you can more accurately identify the problem. most shops charge around 90 dollars to check these codes.
the computor sees one of the engine sensors out of range if you take the car to advanced auto parts or simmular place they can pull the codes then write back with codes and we can help you figure the problem out