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Svevy S-10 engine dies after running for a short time. No code or light errors what schould I look For .

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Problems with the fuel - either the pump is dying or you have impurities in the tank that are blocking the sump.

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K14b ecu swift check engine light on short in ecu


the operators guide is clear. CEL on , get car serviced. (at a real ASE service shop)
or if savvy DIY person?, scan it your self.?
with a thing called a scan tool.
(barrow, beg ,rent or buy) avoid the zone.

what does SHORT mean.
lamp flashes short.
blowing fuse due to an electrical SHORT?
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post more symptoms, the above is not clear.

Jul 29, 2015 | 2010 Suzuki Swift

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I started my truck this morning with my command start, worked fine as always, then shut off after the timer expired. I went to start it with the key and it just kept cranking over and wouldn't fire....


Get the manual and check what the flash codes are??
What vehicle is it? What engine? What year?

Wait a second and keep your eye on the check engine light. You should see it start to light up in a series of flashes.

The light is blinking in a simple code of long and short. Long blinks mean "10" and short blinks mean "1".

The light was blinking once for a long time, and then twice for a short time. 10, 1 and 1 is error code 12. Code 12 indicates a problem with my EGR system. This is the system that sends some of the engine's exhaust into the cylinder to cool the combustion process and keep temps in the cylinders down. Having a broken EGR is relatively common on a high mileage car (I have 180,000 miles on mine) and it's a pretty easy fix. I was worried that I might have to pull over to the side of the road when I saw the light or get it to a mechanic ASAP, but now I know that it's not life threatening to the car and that it's OK if I get it looked at the next time I am at my mechanic.

You can find a list of error codes for the make and model of your car online by doing a simple search. The ones for Honda are included below.

Honda Check Engine Light Error Codes

0 ECU
1 Oxygen Sensor
3 Map Sensor
5 Map Sensor
6 Crank Angle
7 Throttle Angle
8 TDC Position
9 No. 1 Cylinder Position
10 Intake Air Temperature
12 Exhaust Gas Reiculation (EGR) System
13 Atmospheric Pressure
14 Electronic Air Control
15 Ignition Output Signal
16 Fuel Injector
17 Vehicle Speed Sensor
20 Electronic Load Detector
22 Vtec System Malfunction
23 Knock Sensor
41 o2 Sensor
43 Fuel Supply System
45 System Too Rich or Too Lean
48 Primary Heated o2 Sensor
54 Crankshaft Speed Fluctuation Sensor
61 Primary o2 Sensor Circuit
63 Secondary o2 Sensor Circuit
67 Catalyst Sytem
70 Automatic Transaxle
71-74 Random Misfire
80 Exhaust Gas Recirculation
86 Engine Coolant Temperature Circuit
90 Evaporative Emission Control System Leak Detected
91 Fuel Tank Pressure Circuit
92 Evaporative Emission Control System Insufficient

Dec 03, 2017 | Cars & Trucks

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2003 Lincoln LS 3 9 V8 runs rough and die s


Pull the MAF sensor and give it a cleaning the correct way.Sometimes something shorts those probes(tiny wires and delicate) and your engine will cut a shine on you.
Look up how to clean the MAF sensor if you don't know how. don-ohio

Mar 09, 2017 | 2003 Lincoln LS

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Engine stops while driving,will not start or stay running for hours,only to die again in short time replaced fuiel pump pcv valve,fuel filter


Hi there,

Do not replace any further components until you have your On-board diagnostic (OBD2) codes read.

Your vehicle is fitted with a sophisticated OBD computer which monitors the performance of all engine emmission sensors and components.

By jumping pins 5 & 6 of your datalink connector (DLC connector located under dash, above driver's knee), your Engine Check light will flash the codes present stored in memory.

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  1. Run the engine until it reaches operating temperature, then turn engine OFF.
  2. Using a thin jumper wire (speaker wire will do), join pins 5 & 6 (note this connector may be upside down).
  3. Turn ignition key to ON (do not run engine) - the Engine Check light should start flashing.
  4. The 1st group of flashes is the 1st digit of the code; (short pause), 2nd group of flashes is the 2nd digit of the code (short pause) and so on. Note: codes will be separated by a long pause. E.g. Flash, Flash, Flash (short pause), Flash, Flash (short pause); Flash, Flash, Flash denotes: Code 323 etc
  5. Codes will usually repeat - turn key to OFF, once codes have been correctly read.
If the above procedure works for you, please post your codes on here and one of us will assist you with further diagnosis.


Cheers,

Aug 27, 2011 | 1997 Chevrolet Camaro

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1988 Bronco II dying and running very short time. It will die while going down the road. We have replaced the TFI module and that didn't work. The idle is rough and sometimes if we get it cranked after...


I had 2 experiences like that. 72 ford pickup I was watching it try to run after I got home from work. It was dark and I could see sparks. I also noticed the coil was very hot. I changed to coil and all was well. I had a 94 sunbird it ran good at high speeds but I could not keep it running at a stop sign or stop light. I change the plug wires. I had not code. I suggest you check the code if you have a check engine/warning light. It can help narrow your search.
I don't even remember if the 72 had codes back then but I have learned to check them any time I have a check engine light.

Aug 12, 2017 | 1988 Ford Bronco II

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91 integra ok driving at mid rpm range no hills or coasting check engine light comes on car runs rough and dies. restarts and runs ok but dies 5-10 minutes later


Car runs rough and dies.The issue indicates fuel pressure problem.But as you mentioned check engine light comes ON.The check engine light comes ON when the cars computer (the ECU) notices any kind of electrical problem in car. Once the problem gets confirmed the engine light will remain permanently ON till the problem gets solved. In this case I suggest you to get your car scanned at autozone service center. It's absolutely free. In case in car scanning, if any error code is retrieved then you can check which part is faulty as per the error code. At autozone they also deal in parts.So if any part checked out faulty then you can get that part replaced as per the code.-------------thanks.Helpmech.

Dec 16, 2010 | 1991 Acura Integra Hatchback

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How do you read the trouble codes on a 91 honda


Under the passenger side kick pannel, there is a pair of wires with a blue connector at the end. You might be able to find it without remove the panel, but you will most likely have to take it off (just pull it straight out). Once you find it, take a paper clip or some other piece of wire and short the connection (put one end into each hole of the connector). Put the key in the ignition and turn two clicks. The check engine light will begin to blink out the code; long blink=10, short blink=1. Just add up the numbers to get your code. Examples
2 long, 2 short = 10+10+1+1 = Error code 22
4 long, 1 short = 10+10+10+10+1 = Error code 41

If your car is running fine and your check engine light is on, you will most likely get code 41, which is the heater circuit in your O2 sensor. You will have to replace the sensor to fix it, but your car will still run okay without doing so. You can usually do this yourself with a simple socket set and renting an O2 sensor socket from your local auto parts store.

May 12, 2010 | 1991 Honda Accord

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Check engine light goes on then motor runs rough and some of the time dies 1997 2.2 s-10 and won,t start


Is suggest scanning for know what code fault is advise with CHECK light ON. Common codes are O2 sensor and misfire.

With the right code we'll can send other details to solve your problem.

Hope this firts step help you.

Mar 26, 2010 | 1997 Chevrolet S-10 Pickup

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Truck is running rough no power after 50 miles. 02 rich and lean error codes, ignition short error code. After checking codes not clearing them re-ran diagnostic and gives code 111 all conditions normal...


Yes, computer COULD be bad... but it sounds to me like your fuel filter is clogged.
After pulling on it for some time, it is unable to provide adequate fuel to the engine - so the engine runs lean.... and if you step on the gas hard, the engine should shudder...and may even die from excessive fuel starvation.

Not sure about the ignition short code... maybe you caused that via troubleshooting.
Cheap, external fuel filter change out every 50K miles...first... then go from there....

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