I cleaned my 97 Corolla engine with a degreaser only to get some water in the distributor. I dried it and the engine runs fine except the engine trouble light is on. How do I turn it out or what do I do to get it turned off?
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If the check engine light is on and the only reason is because of water in the distributor, no doubt causing a random multiple misfire DTC P0300, it will reset itself after three consecutive drive cycles without any further discrepency. However the possibility exists that there is a different problem such as knocking off a vacuum hose or something of that nature. If the MIL doesn't reset in a few days you need to have the vehicle scanned and diagnosed by a competent technician.
just put black tape over the light it doesnt matter if its running ok
here in new york we have to inspect our cars, skippy.
then take out the bulb skippy what are you dumb
You are the stupid one. Reviving threads that died years ago, throwing around stupid ass ideas, 34 posts in day and I'm sure there will be another 30 by the time the day is over. Go quit life.
your the stupid one skippy taking out the lite will make it not come on and if it runs ok then its fixed
Then why's the light there in the first place? By what you're saying, all problems are obvious and can be spotted immediately, why does there need to be a check engine light?
dont be stupid skippy i know how to fix everything
is the bitch with the long hair your boyfriend
Tell me one true thing about cars and I will believe you...
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if i know what a 400 trans is and you dont whos the stupid one now
come on smart guy tell this man whats wrong with his car
maybe your to busy braiding your hair bitch
have you ever worked ona car i do every day