Check engine light on Horn blows was blowing
1. Check engine lights come on for numerous reasons ranging from a bad CO2 sensor to the Catalytic Convertor being bad...a garage has the computer and the codes to tell you what is wrong, rough running, again, cold be numerous problems, fuel filter bad, worn plugs, broken plug wire/s. Sometimes, the reason the light comes on doesn't hurt the engine at all, and sometimes it means you NEED to get it looked at right now!
2. Horn could, and probably did have a short circuit somewhere, but really how often do you use a horn?
3. One more time, numerous reasons why the ABS indicator is on.
Without the vehicle being right in front of a person, especailly when three troubles are listed it's very-very hard, if not impossible, to make a good call.
I hope this helps you out some how.
Aug 11, 2009 |
1998 Oldsmobile Cutlass