I suggest that you visit Kragens or AutoZone and buy a OBD II scanner.
They now have one for sale that can read and reset codes--the cost is less
than $70.00. Last year, the cheapest ones were over $120.00--at least at
the stores that I visited. They may also check your codes and reset them
for free--esp. at AutoZone.
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On Wed, 16 Mar 2005 09:17:39 -0800, firstname.lastname@example.org (Jason) wrote:
I think I will reset the ECM and if it trips again, see about getting
I found a small blurb in the helm manual that states if there is no
code, the light will just remain on.
I may have waited to long to fetch the code from the ECM, although
this doesn't sound right.
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