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ENG Check light on/1996 Toyota Camry,how can I reset the light?

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  • Joe Sun Jun 14, 2008

    some cars need routine maintenance then push the certain button to start the engine, and the light will be reset.I know the light could be temporarily off by disconnecting the fuse or battery.Is 1996 Toyota Camry designed for routine check or bad parts?and other way to reset light be off till next period.

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Just go to vautozone and they will reset it for you for free, the only problem is than it will come on latter untill you fix the problem, other way to reset it is by unpluging the batterie, just before doing this make sure your radio is not antitheft because you might need a radio code in order to have your radio working again after unplugin the batterie

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