Give it a tune-up, if you haven't done so in a while. Check for applicable trouble codes. You should be able to check mil codes, yourself. You turn key just till the dash lites come on, no further. Cycle the key, on--off, on--off, on, then the mil lamp on the dash starts flashing, you count the flashes to get the codes.
January, 24, 2013 AT 9:05 PM
Mil light didn't do nothing
January, 24, 2013 AT 10:22 PM
Ok, try this. Diagnostic connector next to fuse block. Using an analog voltmeter, connect voltmeter positive lead to self-diagnostic connector terminal #1 and negative lead to terminal #12. Turn ignition switch to on position and disclosure of ecu memory will begin. If 2 or more systems are non-functional, they are indicated by order of increasing code number. Indication is made by 12-volt pulses of voltmeter pointer. A constant repetition of short 12-volt pulses indicates system is normal. If system is abnormal, voltmeter will pulse between zero and 12 volts. Signals will appear on voltmeter as long and short 12-volt pulses. Long pulses represent tens; short pulses represent ones. For example, 4 long pulses and three short pulses indicate code 43.
January, 24, 2013 AT 10:50 PM
Hey dude, read the post, use a voltmeter.
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