Whether you drive an all-new RAM 1500 or a RAM 1500 Classic, you’ll enjoy a reliable and rugged ride through the Gadsden area. But when the RAM 1500 check engine light flashes on, what do you do? First, it’s important to schedule a service to find out the root of the problem. But then, feel free to follow our guide to learn how to reset the check engine light on the RAM 1500 to stop that pesky glow from ruining your work commute!
You can rid yourself of the check engine light in just three easy steps:
In newer models, you should be good to go. If you have an older model, you may need to drive your truck around Huntsville for about 50 miles. This will recalibrate the computer and allow you to drive as usual once more.
When you disconnect the battery, this will effectively reset your check engine light – but that’s not all. You’ll also reset other electronic components, like your security system and Uconnect. So don’t panic when these systems look a little different after your reset.
Your RAM 1500 check engine light will glow when it senses a problem with your car. However, it’s impossible to diagnose without extra inspection. Here is what you should do before you reset:
You know how to reset engine light on RAM 1500, but what else should you know about this popular model? Find out all about the RAM 1500 towing capacity, explore its trim levels, or see how it stacks up against the RAM 2500 in a side-by-side comparison. If you have other automotive questions like how often to rotate tires, how often to change your oil, and more, Alexander Dodge Chrysler Jeep RAM can be your guide. Ready for your service? Visit us in Albertville, serving the greater Fort Payne area.