Question about 2005 Chrysler Town & Country
When did you first notice the light? Has been on since the work on the transmission?
If this is the case it's possible that the vehicle was started before all the electrical connections were reattached. It's also possible that a connection was forgotten or has came loose after the work. For example if you unplug the one of the fuel injector connection's and start the car it will give you the check engine light and generate an error code. That will stay active even after you plug the injector back in until the code is cleared.
This however is only an assumption due to the recent work. Any engine light and or code should be taken seriously until you can positively ascertain it's cause. Your recourse should be to retrieve the code and identify it's cause.
There are several ways you can do this. First is to retrieve the codes yourself. The steps for this are as follows.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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