bkmtnff wrote:Advanced Auto near me reads them for free.
Unfortunately, money talks arounds here. No one reads them for free unless it's a true friend.
Since fuel gauge related readings are working again, I thought I'd try to get rid of the SES light. So this is what I did.
Disconnected & reconnected the battery... SES, VDC and Slip lights come on when the engine runs.
Drove around for a bit, lights stayed on... got home, shut it off.
Then turned the key to "on" and slip light goes out, but the other 2 stay on.
I wonder if it has anything to do with a near dead battery over the weekend where I required a jump. Alternator?