You can get a basic code reader from any parts store. Or have them read it for you. Or you can buy an Aeroforce gauge or a tuner suite. There's actually a lot of ways for you to get that info, it just depends on how much you want to spend.
I agree with all of the above. I picked up a basic code reader on sale for $30 and have gotten more than my money worth out of it. That way if anything sets off the cel you can check on what it is immediately and get it taken care of without having to take a trip to Autozone, dealers, etc. etc. or reset it if you have taken care of the problem.
I should be surprised at the lack of knowledge in this thread, but its NAIOA, so I'm not.
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