I hadn't noticed any troubles with my car until today. All of the sudden it won't start. It doesn't rev-up, the clock is now 7 hr.s behind what it was yesterday. It is manual, every time I push in the brake to start it, all of the dash lights turn off, the door light doesn't turn on when I open it. The cd player ejects my cd. I have no idea what it might be.- the battery is only 1.5- 2 years old
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The leaking component must be found and replaced or repaired. I dont know how a "garage" could have bled the line with a leak in the system. Take it back, get your money refunded or make them find the leak and fix it.
There is no reason to guess. If the check engine light is on, take the car to an autoparts store and have them scan the computer for any fault codes that are stored there. Most parts stores will do the scan for free. Getting the codes will eliminate speculation and can save you time and money. Hope this helped and best wishes.
6X Signal Fault The 6X output signal is a five volt square wave that is initially high. The signal switches low at each of the six. 60 degrees crankshaft position (CKP) sensor pulses. The 6X signal is used by the PCM for greater rpm resolution and in determining KS circuit (system) (knock ******) windowing.
Diagnostic Trouble Code parameters: DTC 19 will set if:
Three 6X pulses do not occur between each reference pulse. A 6X pulse does not immediately follow a reference pulse
Problem is most likely the crankshaft position sensor or the ignition module.
you know I cant tell you how many times I have heard of this happening ....imparticular it happened to my 97 sc2 and my friends 2001 sl1......both times it turned out to be a bad relay....but first I would go with checking the battery....corrosion?......worn terminal bolts?......or weak battery?........As far as relays go you can check them in the engine compartment ......should be towards the front of the car....and there should be a black cover on it and if there is not a cover on it(my friends case) then most likely water got into it and fryed it.