Engine light still on.. What to do??

Asked by Jun 29, 2015 at 02:24 PM about the 2002 Mitsubishi Galant

Question type: General

Changed all parts and codes on my 2002 galant  V4 and my engine light still came on. What to do?? I change the cataylist converter, cam sensor, Crank sensor, new gas cap, heated sensor, tune up, oil change, e.t.c..

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I am unclear as to what exactly your question is stating, but I will attempt to review. For some reason your "check eng" light came on. Someone with an OBD2 code reader reviewed the issues the car computer was telling and then you started replacing parts..... So if this restatement is correct then you need the OBD2 code reader to clear the computer codes to shut the light off. IF you have done that, then it possibly is an Oxygen sensor. Those things usually trigger the "check eng" light. Then once again the OBD2 scanner will be needed to blank out the codes which trigger the light.

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did you clear the codes after you replaced each sensor. normally you replace the first trouble code and then reset or clear the code. if another code comes up then you attend to that then clear codes again

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