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Old 11-29-2012, 03:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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hi can anyone help me i have a 91 samurai and the engine check light comes on it will flash once and 2 seconds later it flash twice and it does this all the time its running i think its giving me a code but i dont no what it is..i hope some one can help me thanks cidergaz
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12 All Clear (No Fault Detected)

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thanks mate i will check things out in the morning
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i hopes it works for u... if i had a non-working suzuki, i would want to check the codes out too.

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12 All Clear (No Fault Detected)

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Yes, but why is it flashing all the time? Is there a short at the obd plug? Sounds strange to me.

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In the lower right slot of the fuse panel, there is a diagnostic slot. If a fuse is in that slot, your CEL will be in the diagnostic mode and the CEL will flash either 1-2 (normal) or any ECM errors detected. Remove that fuse.
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thanks every one it woz a fuse that woz in the engine check slot in the fuse box the little thing is flashing no more thank you every one once again and hope you all have a good day
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