How to get rid of check engine light on 1992 Toyota corolla?

MikeSau240
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Asked by MikeSau240 May 23, 2013 at 11:07 PM about the 1992 Toyota Corolla Deluxe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

4 Answers

elgransimba732
5

i would check all fuses.

kbro
16,145

Either figure out what it causing it and fix it. Or remove the negative battery cable for a few mins and it should clear it. But i will probably come back on.

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DavidH25
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Getting rid of the light is not a solution, it's on for a reason. Ignoring it or pulling the bulb out (people do that) could cause further problems, whatever fault is is could get worse and more expensive to fix. If it begins to flash instead of just a steady on that means a more serious problem, not to mention you will never pass an inspection

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Joshua Brown
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I agree with David on this. Most local auto parts stores will read the code for free. It's best if you fix what is causing it, before you have to pay for a drastic repair.

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