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Thread: Stubborn Check Engine Light

  1. #11
    Old Timer sipafz's Avatar
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    Mar 2015
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    Check the evap. hoses! They dry rot and leak over time.

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    Hooked Primo82's Avatar
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    Dec 2018
    Quote Originally Posted by sipafz View Post
    Check the evap. hoses! They dry rot and leak over time.
    Yea, I looked at his profile after my last post. Looks like this is happening on a 90s TJ. Dry rot is definitely likely.

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    Gas cap was first fix. Obviously didnt work. Thanks for the vote of confidence.

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    Nothing but a Thing Snboarder113's Avatar
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    Oct 2015
    Key on/off/on/off/on see if the dash will Show you a code.

    Smack your gauge cluster inwards, they have crappy connection design.

    Unplug and clean harness connections at computer above the battery. Ensure seated properly.

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