lately? Any parts changed? Any change after the repair? (Usually
when a repair is done and a bad changed happened, it means something
wrong was done during the repair).Once the above are checked and
verified, you are now ready to check the diagnostic trouble codes in
you dash panel.
Quick Computer Check in less than 1 minute!
can be used for most car or trucks if you want to know if you have any
engine computer/sensor malfunctions. Turn ignition key on without
starting and note the “check engine light” coming
on in the dash panel. Once you got it started, that same light should
go out in seconds. If the light stays on or did not come at all, then
either your computer/sensor or wirings are defective. Once you
established this, you can begin tracking the code.
Tracking your diagnostic trouble codes
are 2 diagnostic systems available depe
nding on the model of your vehicle. For domestic vehicles, between
1983-1995, OBD1 is used and OBD2 is used from 1996 up to the present.
For imported vehicles, OBD1 is good only up to 1993 and OBD2 starts in
1994 up to the present. The good news is: OBD1 can usually be done
yourself whereas you need a scanner for OBD2 co