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2001 rodeo sport 6cyl auto trans first start up and this is not every time the vehilce will sputter then when you start to drive at about 2000 rpms the check engine light flashes but it will never set a dtc code if you let off the gas and go below or above 2000 rpms the light stops flashing.

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  • bonzee84115 May 26, 2011

    I have had the vehicle scanned while the check engine light is flashing and when its not the problem is it never sets or stores a code it seems to act up when its warm outside now here is the kicker if you shut the vehicle off wait a few min and restart no problems at all.

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When the light flashes, it is indicating that you can damage the emissions part of the system. ie... catalitic converter. When the light comes on it does set a code, intermittant, the light might go off , but the code is stored. have this checked. It will lead you/ us in the right direction. As ther are many things that can be wrong to make the light flash. Check this soon because it will only get worse and cause other problems. ie.. nip it in the bud Let me know
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  • bonzee84115 May 26, 2011

    I have had the vehicle scanned while the check engine light is flashing and with it off it never sets a code or stores one. the one thing i have noticed is that it seems to act up when its warm outside. so this does not happen all the time. If i shut the vehicle and wait a few min then restart it it is fine.

  • Randy Ohler May 26, 2011

    Then it is likely a wiring problem. First check the wires at the sensors and the ECM by wiggling them at the plugs, If you get the sputter or th engine reacts then you have found a problem. This can be two things, 1 the wires are all most broken at the plug or the pins inside the plug are to loose. The pins can be pushed closer together to make a better contact and the wires will have to be repaired. I start with the ECM. I did one a couple of days ago and had to push/ contract all of the pins in the plug. Solved my problem of misfires and 02 sensor codes.

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