I dont know about it making the light come on but you fill it in the low port, im thinking by the battery, the connecter will only fit correctly on the right one, the one you dont want to use will be to big to fit the connector on. (TIP: the lower port usualy has a grey cap on it)
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The check engine light is triggered by failures in the emission control system. Fire under the vehicle indicate possible problem with overheating the Catalyst due to excess fuel getting to the catalytic converter. Have the codes read and get the diagnosis done. It will get worse unless it is fixed.
I have a 2000 Lesabre and it is located on the passenger side of the engine compartment right on top of the Canister. There are two ports, one is larger than the other and both have a threaded plastic cap on them. The smaller one is the low side where you can check your R-134 pressure. Start engine and run the A/C on MAX. Remove the plastic cap from the smaller valve connect your gauge to that valveFollow the instuctions and tempurature specifications on the R-134 package. There ya go man, as you're hooking up the refill line hit the trigger so u don't allow any air in the lines instead of just straight freon.
The Engine Check Light (or MIL) triggers when your on-board vehicle computer has determined either a malfunction (or out of spec condition) of one of your engine and/or emission circuits. This can range from minor, to more serious.
Due to the number of circuits monitored by your computer, the possible causes are many and answering your question would be difficult without first connecting a scan tool (or similar) to 'read' the stored codes.
These codes will immediately identify which circuit (or circuits) are causing this condition.
I recommend you have an authorised Ford agent (with the appropriate scan tool) to read your codes - this will only take around 15-30mins (depending on the experience of the technician).
yea got get you more troubles just check the alternator is charging well and no battery light on dashboard it indicate the bad alternator monitor your battery if it got old and cannot hold the charge any more you said when you used another one your car turned on
The ignition engine speed sensor input signal to Powertrain Control Module (PCM) or Electronic Control Module (ECM) is continuously monitored. The test fails when the signal indicates that 2 successive erratic profile ignition pickup (PIP) pulses occurred.
Symptoms: - Engine Light ON (or Service Engine Soon Warning Light) - Lack/Loss of Power - The engine may be harder to start - The engine may stumble or stall
When is the code detected? The P0320 code is triggered when 2 successive erratic PIP pulses are detected.
Possible Causes: - Loose wires/connectors - Faulty Crank Position Sensors - Arcing secondary ignition components (coil, wires and plugs) - Low battery charge - Powertrain Control Module
Possible Solutions: - Resecure loose wire or connectors - If battery charge is low, recharge or replaced battery - Replaced crank position sensor - Replaced starter motor
this may be caused by a number of issues, it may be a cracked seal on your gas cap or an oxygen sensor, best thing to do would be to buy an obd2 code reader at walmart or pay the dealer the same amount to tell you what the problem is
Go to an autozone they can read the codes and reset the light. They do this as a free service. If there is a problem and you dont repair it the light will return. Sometimes the light can come on for no apparent reason (no code present) a loose gas cap can trigger the check engine light.