Question about 2001 Ford Mustang
Hi this is just telling you that you will be due for a service soon, all cars today are now set with a service indicator and set to a certain mileage, when you are near the end of the mileage that is set for your car , it will come up with a reminder to say you are due the service, this is just the normal , oil change , brake check, filters etc etc....hope this helps
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It is not recomended to disconnect the battery and turn the light switch or horn or anything else on in order to clear codes stored in memory because any settings stored in the computer may be lost too.Go to autozone and rent the scanner to do it yourself.It is very easy,just connect the scanner to the connector located below the dashboard, turn the ignition on but not the engine and follow the prompts then when it says: clear codes?hit yes or enter and that is it.This is the safest way to do it.
Posted on May 26, 2009
just went through this myself. first be sure there are no leaks incap as suggested. second, since computer system pressurizes fuel system as part of emissions, any possible leak, like in filler neck to tank, will trip the check engine. that fixed it for me - last summer. now, new problem showed up again. this time 2 different trouble codes: EGR valve and a pressure sensor. fixed the problem. a week ago, light back on. this time a no $ fix-loose vacumn hose. best advice like the other guys said is to get it scanned and start there.
Posted on Oct 27, 2009
SOURCE: I have a service engine
The service engine soon light is an indicator that something in your emissions control system is malfunctioning. It could be an oxygen sensor, spark plug, stopped up fuel filter, vacuum leak, or any number of other components. take ot to your locak Ford dealer and have it diagnosed by a professional. it will cost you less in the long run to have your dealer look at if you don't have the ability to do it yourself. I know many people who take their vehicle to "Joe" only to spend a fortune for someone to guess and finally go to the dealer and get it repaired for a couple of hundred bucks. JMHO.
Posted on Aug 14, 2011
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