Yes now you corrected yourself by saying when you do go into limp mode, your CEL will be on.RallyPartsExpress.com said:There are literally 100's of different OBD-II CEL codes. There is even a difference when the CEL blinks rapidly instead of being on solid. Check engine lights are only the result of a problem. You wont know what that problem is until you read the CEL log. If you are goes into limp mode your CEL will be on.
Sorry thats not what i was saying origionally or meant It might have sounded like that but you can say it to yourself a few different ways. I meant if your car goes into Limp mode you will have a CEL. Specifically if your OBD-II system detects a problem and you throw the right code it will put the car into limp mode. There are a set of specific codes that will do this, not all of them will. Again the code is not the problem but the end result.LightWerkz said:Yes now you corrected yourself by saying when you do go into limp mode, your CEL will be on.
However when you get a CEL, NOT always will the car go into limp mode, since there are literally hundreds of different codes.