Because my SES light was on. Well after about 7 hours of waiting They finally called to let me know it was ready. Got there to find out that I had a bad gas cap. I hate that a gas cap can fuck your ride up.
LOL very ture and thanks for posting this mite save some one from sitting in the waiting room for 10 hours!!!!!!!!lifeinthesouth said:
I have been told by my dealership's service advisor that if there is a Service Engine Soon situation due to a "problem with the gas cap" that if the problem is fixed(e.g. tightening/replacing the cap) the SES light will go off after about 20 starts of the vehicle.USMC XTERRA said:Yea it says right on the cap you must make it click. It happened to me and I think it re set itself after a certain amount of miles after I cranked it down.