Took it in this morning and it turned out to be a EVAP leak.Kris said:In my case it was faulty TCU (Transmission Control Unit). Replaced under warranty.
Took it in this morning and it turned out to be a EVAP leak.
Not 100% sure what part of the emissions system that is, but it didn't take long to fix and re-set the ECU.
If the light has not come back on, the original code was probably an artifact of the cold weather. I wouldn't worry about it, although it would be nice to know which code you got.UmmelGroup said:My check engine light came on a around 12,000 miles. I took it immediately to dealer, and they said not to worry and scheduled an appointment for me the next day.
The next day, they "cleared" the code, and said it was nothing to worry about. Also said that they'd seen alot of check engine light issues related to emissions, with the below zero temps in the area.
It's been 2 weeks and the light has not returned. Should I be satisfied with the service, or is there more info that should have been shared?