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You need to have your ECU read, you can buy a ODB reader online for around 10bucks. Work with Bluetooth in sync with your phone. This way you can read error codes the ODB reader lists, look them up on the net and then take it from there.
For me, i helped alot when i had issues with my engine management light going on after i replaces parts on the block.
I need to check whether your car is using ODB or ODB2 port for the reader. Being i 2002 model im guess ODB, but have a look online.
Do alot of work on cars, except i dont have much experience with automatic transmission car's as we don't drive them much in Europe, we want pure performance :)
Sounds like you are throwing a code for something.havr your car checked with a odb 2 scanner and see if there's a code..if so reply with it or look it up.its free at shucks or AutoZone,for the use of a scanner..
Is there more to the coding? There should be a 5 long alphanumeric sequence telling where it occurs, and then the dealer specific (C17P). Also, are you using ODB or some other method of obtaining the codes?
Most of the codes for those readers are not in the book/manual. Only the common ones are. You can search online at the readers website or just enter the code number and usually you cna find the issue easily. I don't even know where my book is anymore. I just plug it in and then hop online. its so much faster. You can buy a new one: