how to reset the check engine light after serviceing a kIA Rio?

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Usually that is an O2 sensor in your exhaust. It is telling you that your fuel injection is not giving your machine enough fuel.

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This usually means that something is wrong with your car. It could be anything from a loose gas cap, spark plugs and wires that need replacing or any number of things. best bet is to take it to a local trusted mechanic and have the car looked at.

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There is a gasket in the gas cap to keep the fumes in the tank when the gas slops around replace the cap then pull your battery cable off and let the computer reset itself overnight and your lite will be off and should be ood to go

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My Jeep did this about two years ago and I called the local Jeep dealer. I was told that if the light stayed on, it could be from many things, but was not imperative that I bring it in immediately. However, if the light blinks, I was told to stop driving immediately and get it in. I went to our ...

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the cap may be tight, but it is not sealing or not venting properly. You probably need to buy a new cap. However, try this fix first. take the cap off. pry off the rubber seal and turn it over so the other side of the seal faces the fuel tank input. clean off any gunk or dirt and blow off both ...