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#3.I replaced the hub bearing assembly on drivers side twice and the light stayed on and the brakes worked fine. It was the wires (visible just above the tire on the frame) that rubbed against the frame that had shorted out. It was simply repaired and clip-stripped up out of the way. The light has been off every since then. #4.Go to an autozone or another auto store and they will plug in to your diagnostic port for free and give you any answers on any codes that come up. My light came on at 133kmi. and i disconnected the battery and it has been of since then. Although you should get some things serviced soon such as tune-up,transmission and general maintenance. #2.My dvds get stuck and it works about 75% of the time. I just keep pushing the buttons until it plays. They are just junbk and need to be replaced.
Is the car missing or not running quite right, have a little more wiggle to it? Flashing check engine light is usually indications of a cylinder misfiring which could be caused by a few different things.
Your Service Engine Soon light has nothing to do with reminding you to change your oil. The light is controlled by the ECM (Computer) in your vehicle. It monitors various sensors in your engine and compares them to variables or programs that is in its memory. When something is not registering correctly or is outside of its parameters it will turn on a MIL(Malfunction Indicator Light)or in your case a Service Engine Soon light. You will need a OBD II ( On Board Diagnostic) reader or scanner to hook up to your diagnostic port under your driver's side footwell to read what code the ECM is putting out. Than with the code the mechanic can look up the code to see what part is sending a malfunctioning. The scanner can also read and erase the code too. You can have your code pulled up with a OBD II scanner for free from any AutoZone store.