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2 long blinks and 3 short blinks on check engine light of 2016 honda foreman 4x4

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SOURCE: the check engine light blinked 3 3 1 3 3 any ideas

code 33 = EGR valve not opening or not closing.
331-133 not listed.

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SOURCE: How can I decipher the check engine light codes

now if your car has the obdII style you"ll have to purchase from Autozone one of the new style code readers,... dont go too cheap, i paid $120 but it"ll tell you exactly whats wrong. some cheaper models will just give you a code that you will tell the dealer and once you've two guessed a lot and changed this and that then you can use the cheaper device to reset the light. i believe the cheaper ones go for about $70.

Posted on Apr 08, 2010

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SOURCE: blinking green drive light

There is some problem with your transmission, get an engine analyser then you can see the error code i.e. telling the problem faced.

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SOURCE: 98 honda accord check engine light blinking and running rough

Try spraying carb cleaner inside the throat while running the motor at high idle.
Check your O2 sensor by disconnecting it to see if the problem still exists.One other thing might be an ERG valve which need replacing. Hope this helps!

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SOURCE: My code is 3 short check engine light flashes 91 subaru legacy

No idea here no experiance but try asking at the dealers as it could be something simple like a oxygen sensor failure as these older cars are not electronicly loaded

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Have a 91 honda accord. experiencing dramtic hesitation when accelerating but check engine light comes on and problem dissapears. Once you stop for a short period of time check engine light goes off and...


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Im not sure if it is the same as my accord bc i have a 94, but if it is, all you need is a paperclip.

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