06 Toyota Corolla Check Engine Light

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Asked by Feb 02, 2015 at 04:58 PM about the 2006 Toyota Corolla

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

06 Toyota Corolla the dam check engine light comes on for a month then goes off. Were
can you find out the code with out spending $80.00 or so. Sorry I am cheap $80.00 I can
fix or buy a part.

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if the light is on then go to autozone

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First check you gas cap. Check the rubber gasket on it, it's like a big 'O' ring If the car is not acting up, I personally wouldn't even worry about it. $80 is a lot of money to me too, but crumbob's suggestion is good, if you go to a large parts house, have it scanned, free,even if the light is not on. When the light was on, it stored a code that will still be there. But don't buy electrical parts the clerks say you need and can't be returned. Come back here with the codes(s) first, and one of us will help you, or drop me a PM otherwise I won't know if you did scan it.

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Thanks for your answer I will check the rubber gasket. Autozone doesn't do free code checks at least were I am at.

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Not where I live either. That's why I bought a scanner, but NOT from them, from Amazon. I have the same car, a 2006 Corolla LE

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