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absolut_racer
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absolut_racer Mar 8, 4:30am - #9348 

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Engine light problem/ ECU code

My engine light came on after it had iced over for 3 days. The car runs fine, but the light is still on. Has anyone had a similar problem? How do I check the ECU code? Any information is greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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Satoshi
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Satoshi Mar 8, 12:07pm - #9349 
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why not reset the ECU by removing the ground wiring of the battery?

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absolut_racer Mar 9, 3:28am - #9351 

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Thanks all. I reset the ECU, and the engine light has yet to come back on. I'm wondering if I could find an OBD2 scanner . . . my brother's ASE certified . . .
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eNinja Mar 9, 8:18am - #9352 

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my cel is always on because of my o2 sensors. (its getting fixed, chill..) but anyways. one night after it iced over, my cel starting blinking! i was like wtf? so i let it warm up for like 20 min and it never stopped. so i drove home and checked the next morning and it stopped blinking. confused
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