Question about Honda Accord
Sometimes removing the positive battery cable for a minute then reconnecting it will reset the codes. If this does not work the Auto Zone can hook it up to the OBD meter for free and read/reset the codes. If your check engine light continues to come on then I would recommend you have the codes read and the problem fixed by your local trusted auto technician.
Posted on Apr 07, 2011
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