- OBD II reader
I just got a check engine light the other day and thought I would share the process.
Knew right away I needed a OBD II reader, or you may be able to visit the local car parts store and get a reading there. This reader was cheap, cost $15, syncs to my phone, was delivered in 2 days.
Read the instructions, and head out to your vehicle. Look for your OBD II port and access it.
Plug it in, connect to it via wi-if, then open your app.
I did some research, and found the following article relating to the overall process:
Here is the process in order to solve the problem if it persists:
Overall, I am not too worried. My car has only 34k, it is fully maintained, and it runs just fine. If the issues persists I will start to troubleshoot.
So after driving my car, the check engine light turned itself off. Things are looking good!!