Where is the reset button for the check engine dash light. My car runs great just passed smog, changed transmission fluids, raditor flush, air filter, oil change , I just need to shut it off.

Asked by Apr 19, 2015 at 07:30 PM about the 2008 Hyundai Sonata GLS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I just need to know the location and how to reset the check engine light.  My car runs perfect.  I just flushed the radiator, changed tranny fluid, oil change, now air filter.

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there is no button. you have to hook up a code reader to shut it off. you can try autozone, they should do it for free.

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There is no reset light. vehicles new than 1995 have to be connected to a computer diagnose what the check engine light is on for and to clear the codes on the PCM.

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Remove the positive cable for about ten minutes,this will reset the ecm/engine light,if it return,s,you will have to have it scanned.

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