Question about 2006 Chevrolet Impala
At first it went off once in a while now it goes off more often and stays on longer
Flush the engine for clean and change the oil if the problem continues need change oil pump
Posted on Mar 21, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is a recall on the gauge cluster. I Have the same problem with mine my Speedo reads wrong and my oil pressure is really High. GM Warrantys the Cluster up to 75,000 miles
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
SOURCE: oil pressure guage dropping
Sounds like the sensor is failing.Have oil pressure checked with a mechanical gage to confirm. A new sensor or wiring repair is allot cheaper then a new engine!!
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
The code scanner that you need is called ODBII code reader with ABS, and it works in the same way as the one that you connect to the car computer module (ECU) to read codes when the check engine light comes on, but the cheap ones that you can buy from $50 do not have the ABS brake scan function.
If the problem is the ABS, then it is often a wiring to abs problem, or a defective ABS control module, a scan reading is necessary to know what the problem is.
Below few examples of Code reader with ABS:
Equus 3150 Innova ABS + Professional CanOBD2 ...
$199.00 - Amazon.com
Cp9449 Brake Scan Abs Diagnostic Tool Obd2 ...
$219.67 - eBay
Equus 3160 Innova ABS + Professional CanOBD2 ... $259.99 - Amazon.com
CAN OBDII Code Reader with Multilingual Menu $49.99 - Harbor Freight Tools
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
this is most commonly a electrical problem, does the speedometer read out correctly? if not it may be depending on if this is a Autotrak model, one f the two speeed sensors, or the acuator on the front diff, put the truck in 4wd, check the front dirveline to make sure it is engaing, if not your problem is in the t-case, if it does then move to the tires, if they are not engaged you have a problem with the actuator.
in most cases i have found the actuall 2wd 4wd switch to be the problem if you find that the switch is acting slow or you need to select the gear a few times before it shifts, then replace it these are very faulty
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
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