Two days ago I replaced the cap, rotor and wires on my '99 Dodge Caravan, 3.0. (38,000 miles) Today, the Service Engine Soon light came on. Since itis still covered by the Extended Warranty, I made an appointment to have it looked at, along with having the clockspring recall done on Monday. I double and triple checked my work, looking to see if maybe I incorrectly wired the cylinders (this checks OK) or made some other basic mistake, but could not find any problem. The van seems to run fine. I may go up to the nearest AutoZone and see if they will scan the codes for me to see what the problem may be. My question to the group is: Does anyone know of a common problem/error/reason why the light should come on so soon after doing the wires/cap/rotor? Or, is this probably just coincidence? I know it is difficult/impossible to say without knowing the codes. I would just like to know if anyone might have some insight on this.
Two days ago I replaced the cap, rotor and wires on my '99 Dodge Caravan, 3.0. (38,000 miles) Today, the Service Engine Soon light came on. Since it