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DIY: Reset Check Engine Light without OBDII reader - YouTube

2000 civic code : 6 blinks Problem Ok guys have a question for you. I was driving on the freeway and noticed my check engine came on. Then noticed that my water temp was pegged. I pulled over immediately and noticed steam. I popped the hood and noticed coolant all over the place. The radiator cap was not hot so I figured I blew a hose.

How To Pull Honda Codes Without a Scanner -EricTheCarGuy Since I had this RL in my shop that had a check engine light AND an ABS light I thought it was a perfect opportunity to put this video

Whether your an 1999 Honda Civic master mechanic, a 1999 Honda Civic fan or a novice 1999 Honda Civic enthusiast, having an OBD2 diagnostic code reader, OBDII trouble code reader or ODB trouble code scanner with a list of check engine codes or auto trouble codes can save yourself a lot of time.

The most common cause of a Honda check engine light being on is a DTC P1456, and it's usually caused by a loose or missing gas cap (usually). This isn't the only reason though, the code or DTC P1456 is caused by a leak on the tank side of the evaporative system, and the most common cause is a loose or missing gas cap, but it could also mean a leak in the fuel tank, or one of the tubes or hoses.

To reset the check engine light on a 1998 Honda Civic located the blue 15 amp fuse in the engine bay fuse box. The fuse is labeled ECU, and will reset the check engine light when removed.

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