July 05, 2009
My wife called me while she was driving her Sienna. She told me ABS, VSC, and Track Off indicators lighted on. When she came home, I checked the car had P0441, P0446, P0455 alarms. I'm glad I found this website. I checked the gas cap didn't close properly. I guessed the cap opened by itself because high temperature outside. I opened and re-closed it again, reset the alarm with my Inova engine monitor. Everything looks fine now.
- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
There is no fuse. Go to your local parts store and ask them to hook up their code analyzer which will tell you what is wrong. Then they can tell you how to fix the problem. Check engine is no joke and more than likely terminal if not attended to. Most parts stores offer this as a free service. Most vehicles have an access cable connection under the driver side dash board.
Try disconnecting your battery for at least ten minutes. Negative cable. Then if and when the check engine light comes back on, take it to a large auto parts chain store like Autozone, Kragen, O'reilly, etc. They will hook up a hand held analyzer to your car and read the code, then give you a printout of what it is. All for free. Take care.
I just did this with my 1996 outback's check engine light. It is some sort of sensor, oxygen, egr, etc. Go to a place like Autozone parts store or any of the parts stores that will do a free test for you by hooking up their hand held analyzer to your computer. They will read the code and give you a printout of what it means. Take care and good luck.
Take it to a large auto parts chain like Autozone, Kragen, O'reilly and have them hook up their hand held analyzer to your car, they will read the code and give you a printout of what it is for free, Good luck, take care
If it is the check engine light, just take it to Autozone or O'reilly auto parts, or call a large auto parts chain and ask them if they provide engine analyzing service, I took my Subaru to Autozone and they will hook up the hand held analyzer to your car and read the code for free, then give you a printout of what it means, then go from there, Good luck.
You may just need a oil change, check the owners manual. Or take it too a Autozone or O'reilly auto parts or a major auto parts chain. they will hook up a hand held analyzer to your car's ecm and read the code for free. They will let you know what that code means and go from there.
Just take your car to a large auto parts chain store like Autozone, Kragen, O'reilly etc. They will hook up their hand held analyzer to your car and read the code, then give you a printout of what it is, all for free. Take care.
Take to a large auto parts store like Autozone, etc. They will hook up their analyzer for free to your computer and print out the code and the description. They are really nice. Take care and good luck.
First of all, go to Autozone or a similar type parts store and have them hook up their hand held analyzer to your car and read a code, then they will give you a printout with the code definition. take care. by the way, the dealer charges up to 100 for that test, at Autozone, it is Free.
When the light comes on, take it to a large auto parts like Autozone etc. These guys will hook up their hand held analyzer and read a code, then do a printout with what it means. Easy to do and it is free.