The tech was too lazy/incompetent to check the problem. If the code was
related to a vacuum leak, it wasn't the gas cap or idling that caused it, it
was a vacuum leak.
You could put a little piece of tape over the light, that way you could just
ingore it and hope it goes away.
"n/a" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> The technician said the code was related to vacuum leak and proceeded to
> say a gas cap left off or truck idling for extended period of time could
> cause it. He said he sees the phantom light consitently with the Ranger.
> "David M" <NOSPAM@nospam.com> wrote in message
>> On Tue, 13 Sep 2005 01:51:19 -0400, n/a rearranged some electrons to
>>> I have a check engine light that will not go out. I've had it checked by
>>> technician who reset it and the light did go out for a day or so when it
>>> reappeared. I'm at the point where I find the fuse and remove it, but
>>> wondering if this is a common problem.
>> Why don't you get the code read out,
>> find what's wrong and FIX IT?
>> Stupid trolls.
>> David M (dmacchiarolo)
>> T/S 53
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