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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Check engine light is on?

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.

Check Engine Light Issue -- PO161 for Jeep Grand Cherokee

it's not that serious actually, but it's better to check the o2 sensor for sure, and replace the jeep parts just to make sure, and it will not cost much if you ask me.

Service engine soon light

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

My check engine light

you will need to reset it, the check engine light is still on because its a hard code that can only be shut off by reseting.