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The check engine light is used to blink out the trouble codes. The diagnostic connector is usually under the hood on driver's side, back near the firewall. Sometimes under the driver's dash. Use a jumper wire and connect terminals TE1 and T1. Then turn key to on, not start, and the check engine light will blink out the trouble codes. If no codes are present, the check engine light will stay on constantly. Remove jumper wire when diagnostics completed. To clear codes after repairs, disconnect the negative battery terminal for one minute, and then reconnect.
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Posted on Dec 30, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the color of the plastic plug does not matter... You will have two injector plugs with white/red and yellow wires - those two go to cyl#'s 1 and 3.
the other two plugs will have white and blur wires.. those two plugs go to injectors # 2 and 4.
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
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