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  • Black & Tan TJ
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    Originally posted by Dukes69
    break the light bulb?
    With a little bitty hammer.

    This just happened to me in another vehicle, I overfill it with gas but after a few miles (less then 10) it went out on it's own.

    Cheers, B&T TJ

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  • mud4life
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    Thanks you for all your responses they were very helpful.

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  • Dukes69
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    break the light bulb?

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  • JeepGal
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    I heard that even if the problem is corrected, that it takes about 200 miles before the sensor cycles to that test again. The dealer can reset it if the problem that created it is corrected.

    HTH and Welcome to the board !

    Tam

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  • NAILER341
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    http://www.webejeepin.com/Check-Engine.htm

    here is a link that might help you.
    it would be helpful if we knew what you drove.

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  • NAILER341
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    fix whatever is setting it off, and it should reset itself after a few starts.
    otherwise, you can disconnect the negative side of the battery for a few minutes, and it will also reset it.
    be careful with this method if you are planning to get smogged any time soon. there are readiness monitors that are often reset at the same time. this will cause you to fail the smog even if you are not polluting.
    the best way is to pull the codes, fix the problem, reset the computer, and drive for a few days. then recheck codes/readiness monitors.

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  • mud4life
    started a topic engine light

    engine light

    anybody know any tricks to turn off engine light.
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