Check engine light

Asked by Rhops1025 Jun 22, 2016 at 09:36 PM about the 2005 Chrysler Sebring Touring Sedan FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

How can I get my check engine light to
come on so I can pass emissions?

9 Answers

20

You want it to come on or off...if you want it to come off you can disconnect the battery then reconnect it and see how long the check o gine light stay off and try that

Best Answer Mark helpful

I want it to come on cause it won't pass emissions if it don't come on when you start the car

20

Oh i do to know the answer to that...sorry...even tried to hit up Google for you... smh

14,515

fill the tank past the first click...up to the cap...will flood the vacuum lines and the canister..you WILL get a check engine light until it dries out~

14,515

remove the oxygen sensor~

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32,695

Change the bulb its burnt out that's why there is no prove out! EPA, the new power in Govt..

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38,515

The emissions testing is there to make sure your car is kosher- you will have to take it to a mechanic to get it up to speed- no shortcuts, sorry- I have to breathe this air, too-

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