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If the timing belt keeps breaking and bending valves, the timing belt and cylinder head repair is not being done correctly. It's as simple as that. Are you changing the tensioner and idler pullies when replacing the belt? Is it timed correctly? Was the timing belt tension adjusted properly? Were the cam journals checked for damage? If not, you are asking for another belt failure.
If you want to know why the check engine light is coming on, you will have to ask your engine computer. Every time the light comes on it is storing a fault code to tell you why. You must scan your engine control module to retrieve the fault code(s) so you can get it properly diagnosed and repaired.
If the check engine light is on, one of the sensors on the engine are not sending the computer the right signal. And most of the time the sensor is bad. And that is probably what is wrong with your car. So until the sensor is replaced, then you can not reset the check engine light.
VSC and TRAC lights will come on any time the check engine light does to
reduce engine load. As such these lights being on may have nothing to
do with the why the check engine light came on.
If the check engine light is on, a trouble code(s) has been stored in
the computer that points to the problem area. The dealer should have
read this code(s) to come up with what was wrong. Did the dealer give
you a sheet with the trouble code number on it?
The engine may have variable valve timing, if it is not working the
engine will revert back to a fail safe condition so that no damage will
occur. But it will not be running a peak performance. Or it could be
something with the engine timing system.
If you want to do your own checking, start calling autoparts stores to
see if one will read the trouble codes for free, it is an easy job.
AutoZone will read codes for free.
if te check engine light is on the cruise wont work it just flashes if you erase check engine light and cruise still flashes hit cruise button twice it will go out but if engine kicks the check engine light it will flash again you have to fix what ever it is that kicks check engine light or you just deal with it
the track off light will come everytime yhe check engine light comes on. this is normal. you need to have the check engine light checked first.you can go to your local parts house they will scan it for so you at least see what area you problem is in and then you can start from there. let me know lf you find out youe engine codes.