Question about Cars & Trucks
Read your owners manual about the light
& why it would come on
No owners manual have a repair shop check it out
Posted on Jul 24, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The flashing is telling you that the engine is mis-firing, the dealer will run a test to determine the cylinder that is mis-firing, chances are it is something simple
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
sounds like what my Ford Bronco has done,is your air bag light on?The beep 5 times in my truck was the module for the air bag,i
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
Probably one of the ESP sensors have faulty connection.These sensors measure the speed of the wheels ,if they are not connected then ESP cannot work.For safety reasons the system will not start up and gives you this error message.
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
SOURCE: Coolant light
If you locate the water expansion tank (front of the bonnet, opened, with the pressure-cap to top-up if necessary) - check that there's sufficient coolant in there (check whilst the engine is cold).
If so, you may be suffering the same problem as a lot of RX8 owners, with a dodgy coolant level sensor in the tank. One way to confirm this is to remove the connector to the tank - on the left-hand side of the tank as you look from the front (not the air-conditioning connector, immediately to the left of it, attached to an aluminium billet). Ensure the (now free-hanging) connector from the wiring loom is safely stowed and give it a test drive. If you're satisified that the warning goes away then you know that the level sensor in the tank is faulty (and therefore the warning light is spurious). Unfortunately, that's a pricey item to replace (dealer price, UK, in the region of £200).
Remember, leaving the coolant sensor unplugged to avoid the spurious warnings would mean that a genuine problem that resulted in (catestrophic) loss of coolant would then go undetected, until too late. So do this at your peril.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
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