Date: Tue, 18 Jul 2000 13:22:15 GMT
From: "Ask The MasterTech" <Tsykesnopsamd.rr.com>
Subject: Re: EXH warning light


The EXH Light comes on every 30,000 miles to indicate that your major service needs to be done. The Button to turn off the light is located above the clutch pedal/auto brake pedal and is red. All you have to do is push the red button in the reset the light. Hopefully, this will help? TW <manopsamops.com> wrote in message news:3978ead5.568239393nopsam.mailops.com... > On Mon, 17 Jul 2000 18:58:08 -0700, Shawn <spohnopsametcom.com> wrote: > > >Sorry, I know this is a lame brain question, but can someone tell me > >what the "EXH" warning light indicates. I do not have the original > >documentation for my car ( 88' 900), and I can't find out a thing from > >the Hanes manual. > > I think itīs was use only in the japanese market, itīs is supposed to > go on if the exhaust gets to hot, I donīt have the manual for the -88 > 900 at hand, and I canīt find it in the manual for the -88 9000, but > if you want, I can dig deeper into it. > > /Mats

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