Question about Isuzu Rodeo
Posted by Anonymous on
Perhaps you need to remember that the engine light is a victum and not a cause. Clearing the codes does not address the issue that caused it to come on.
Pull the error code and follow that indication. REMEMBER that codes are a CLUE and not necessarily the cause. For example, an intake leak will cause misfiring and that makes high hydrocarbons, and that may cause an oxygen sensor error, but the sensor being out of range is NOT the issue, but the result of the issue....
Follow the indications from the error codes. Reset, as you now know, does nothing.
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