When i bought my car from the dealer they told me to put 91 gasolin in it,after one hour from puting the gasolin they check engine light came on,so i asked one of my friends and he told me to put 95 gasolin instead of 91,so please help me what should i do to get the light off
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If the engine light comes on on the car its the problem with the engine get it checked from the mechanic and look for what code its coming on car you can find the problem and then fix the issue with dealer ......................
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she could have the same car with a diferent engine also in fla you would use the a/c all the time millage rating on the window sticker is done by perfect driving conditions with out normal stop and go driving
Check the gas cable, it may be too tight. You can do that easily. I had the same problem with that "famous" engine light. Use 91 octane gasoline and take a ride on a highway 100 to 110 kmh speed (1 hour minimum). I have a 2004 Verona and it is a great car.
intake manifold to leak coolant are common, but a good quality gasket fixes that. (fel-pro or dealer) If steering racks leak, they are CHEAP/JUNK maybe A1 CARDONE? . put in a good one. http://jorgenauto.com/
No recalls on it. Anyone who has owed a LS will have/will experience this problem. It's gotta be cleared. It should cost you around 70-100.00 dollars. For the gas smell, I would say it's the start of you're coils failing on you. Good luck.
I use 87 octane with Lucas Oil fuel additive. Car runs noticeably better, gets better mileage and solved problem with engine fouling in cold weather (which caused check engine light to trip). Audi dealer service rep told me that premium cold weather fouling has been traced to additives commonly used in premium fuel. That service rep "unofficially" recommends using 87 octane to customers experiencing problems with engine fouling in cold weather starts.
if you buy this car and the check engine ligh come on one hr after you bought it that means the problem was there allready
take it back and have them fix it right,
but if not go to autozone for a free diagnose and tell me what the codes are and we go from there