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This is the second time this has happened to me... The first being when test driving the car before buying it!
As the car has been laid up for a couple of months i have been running it up every so often. During such a run today i've let the fuel tank run dry!

The engine check light has come on as it did before...is there a simple way of reseting it or will it reset it's self?

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Rob
 

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It should reset itself after a number of engine starts. Maybe 10, but I really can't remember. You could accelerate the process by simply starting and stopping the engine a number of times. I did that myself recently, having unplugged the MAP sensor (can't remember why) and forgetting to reconnect it before starting the engine.
 

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OK, granted,
Pressing any buttons on the clock/ dcc / scc will nor reset a check engine light....[/b]
Ths is true.
The engine check light has come on as it did before...is there a simple way of reseting it or will it reset it's self?[/b]
Need more betail on the check light prob, me was thinking
During such a run today i've let the fuel tank run dry![/b]
so therefore maybe the fule filler cap is not tight enough, or is there something ROB H not tellng us or does not understand????????.!!
 
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