How do you turn off the check engine light once the problem is fixed?

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Asked by Apr 15, 2013 at 07:49 PM about the 2008 Hyundai Accent SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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It goes off by itself. It takes a few driving cycles.

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or you can clear the codes with a scanner

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Yep clear it with a scan tool or remove neg. battery cable for a few minutes and reconnect.

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Thanks everyone! It went off by itself about four hours later. I saved my daughter a few hundred dollars by changing the coil myself! Still $112 for a lifetime guaranteed coil! :(

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That check engine light is a racket and a scam, especially in states that impose an E-check....your emissions could be clean as a whistle but they wont pass you if your "check engine light" is on.a Totally corrupt racketeering.

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My check engine light keeps coming on I have 2005 Honda accent

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