Question about 1992 Pontiac Sunbird
My check engine light came on and went off three seperate times during my morning commute. I know I need an oil change desperately. Could that be the problem? Also I saw a small amount of reddish fluid under my car this morning? Could that be the problem, and if so how do I fix that one?
Reddish fluid can be
oil (dipstick on motor)
transmission fuild (dipstick on transmission)
brake fluid (transparent reservoir on vaccuum booster)
power steering fluid (transparent reservoir on PS pump)
maker's dye choice for the fluid filled,
Check fluid levels and top up any that are below recommended levels immediately, then monitor fluid levels and fix any that show evidence of leaks.
The check engine light is an indicator, it just says that 'something' in the list of functions it is monitoring is not right. a code reader can be plugged into a socket under the dash to reveal the most recent error codes.
Many repair shops (around here) will read the codes for you gratis, in the hope of getting the repair job.
Posted on Oct 17, 2008
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