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whilst trying to fix my cigarette lighter on my civic I decided to check the fuses and they are all fine but like an idiot I didn't realise you don't have to take them out and also like an idiot I had my ignition still on so now my PGM-FI, oil and engine check system light are all on.

any ideas on how I can sort this out or do you guys think I need to take it in? :facepalm:
 

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Tried disconnecting the battery and reconnecting it. Checked and cleared a fault code and it seams to run fine but I've still got my warning lights on.
Really not fancying a trip to honda because they've never been much help
 

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You may just have to bite the bullet and get over there. My concern is that by not disconnecting the battery you may have damaged the ECU - they will be able to tell you that by plugging in a diagnostic device I would imagine, and if the ECU is fine they should be able to sort the warning lights in the same way.
 
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