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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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This has been happening to my car as well. It typically happens when your oxygen sensors start to wear out. Mine does it once in a while and I have the local auto store reset it. Go to your nearest auto store and have them tell you what code it is and ask them to reset the OBD so the light goes out. If the light comes on right away and the code has to do with your oxygen sensors, have them replaced. There are three, two are easy to replace, one takes some effort as it is in a tough to get to spot. The dealer will charge you a fortune to replace them so do it yourself or through a local mechanic. It is a very simple task other then the access.
Posted on Jul 20, 2008
You can clear the check engine light by disconnecting the battery and leaving it overnight. This will only shut off the light but will not reset the system
Posted on Oct 29, 2009
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