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Expert mechanics at the Gunter CDJR Martinsville service center can tell you whether they need to perform a diagnostic test and look for mechanical issues, or if you’ll simply need to know how to reset the check engine light! Read on for our guide on how to reset the check engine light on Dodge RAM 1500 models, and then check out more service tips from our team.
The electronic system that governs the RAM 1500 check engine light can become misaligned, causing the light to continue flashing even after any mechanical issues have been fixed. To turn it off, you’ll need to reset the computer. Be aware that this may reset other electronic systems, so you may need to re-enter certain settings. To reset the computer in your RAM 1500, take the following steps:
Keep in mind that if your vehicle is an older model, it may take driving up to 50 miles for the computer to recalibrate and the check engine light to go off.
It’s important to follow up and ask a Reidsville, NC-area maintenance expert about underlying reasons for the check engine light flashing. It could be something as minor as a loose gas cap, but it might also indicate that your engine needs attention. First, you can take these investigative steps at home to find out more:
If you’re a RAM 1500 driver in Reidsville, NC, reach out for more service tips and tricks.
To learn more about your vehicle’s routine maintenance, including how often to change your spark plugs, the team at Gunter CDJR Martinsville is here to help!