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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
THE SIMPLE WAY IS TO REMOVE THE NEGITIVE BATTERY TERMINAL AND LEAVE 5 MINUTES THEN REPLACE IF THE FAULT COMES BACK YOU STILL HAVE TROUBLE
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
You could be running to high of an octain for fuel. Try running your car with the sugested fuel rating and see if that works. Sorry there is not enough information with your problem. Good luck
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
SOURCE: The check engine light stays
its easy too replace but you need too reset your cmputer first too see if the light stays out before you go and buy the egr valve
disconnect the pos side of the battery for 5 min that will reset the computer,if the light comes back on then get the egr valve then you will have too reset it again
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
While your fuel cap may still be an issue there are many other items that may be at fault. It's possible the fuel cap tightening is a coincidence and something else is causing the problem.
There are a few hundred possibilities that could turn on your MIL.
First thing that needs to be done is verify what the code is that turns on the light. If you are in the USA Autozone will give you a free scan to start you off. Then you can begin to home in on the problem.
Best of the festive season to you.
Posted on Dec 24, 2009
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