I was under the impression onstar was for life except you had to pay for the turn-by-turn directions.should have kept onstar, but I have AAA too --- now it would come in handy
I'll run by autozone after work and they can tell me what it is and hopefully clear it up
Is that what happened? Will have to look that up.California mechanics pushed a bill that would eliminate folks being able to get their codes read at parts stores since the stores were apparently stealing too much of their business when folks DIY'ed. I'm not sure if it passed or not.
This is a very good point. They aren't able to look up on every car. They weren't able to read the code from my 96 Honda. Doubt they will be able to read a CAN setup, but I bet they'll sell you a readerIf the AZ scanner can't read CAN, it's useless anyhow. A cheap CAN scanner with live data is $60-80. Well worth the money, just for stuff like this.
Yep. :th_dblthumb2:Re-seat the oil dipstick firmly, and re-seat the oil fill cap. Once that's done, unhooking the negative terminal on the battery for 15 minutes will clear the code. I hope your inspection isn't due for a while, though, since that resets all the emissions monitors.