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Check engine light

Ck engine light came on after 60k manual tells aboubt( ca cars which this is ) un doing blue wires and reconecting to green wire but I cant find them

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  • Vincent Finocchio Jul 24, 2008

    found the connectors swap them but light is still on

  • Anonymous Aug 25, 2008

    i have a 1991 subaru legacy, 205,000 miles on it, the check engine is on as well to for 2 years, i found a yellow connector and a big black connector, I know there is a way to jumper or retrieve the codes without using a scanner. I looked and looked and cannot locate nothing but some things on the net says , some say there 2 black and 2 white connectors to put it into test mode, any help would be helpful. Other then that it runs like a champ without using oil.


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Check up under the steering column possibly way up under there and may be taped up. There will be some black connectors as well. They come as pairs and they are colored terminals... not the wires themselves.

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