Sounds like a bad egr valve. They open up when warm and if they go bad its like you open up a vacuum leak.
A computer diagnostic test will show a timing belt problem for a 1999 Mazda 626. If there is a problem with the belt, diagnostics will determine if it needs to be repaired or replaced.
Computer have replaced man power?
= "Do you have to flash the computer after you replaced the engine?" =
You have to clear the computer of the malfunction; Use the same diagnostic tool that read the code to clear the light.
The fuse for the horn and the OBD2 diagnostic computer is the same n recent FORD and Mercury models. The computer controls the check engine light. So replacing horn fuse is also isturbing the OBD2 computer
antivirus software are programs that locate, identify, and attempt to remove virus programs that have installed themselves on the computer. antivirus software, once installed and activated by the user often runs automatically without further human attention.diagnostic software are programs used to find hardware problems on a computer, to help determine in a timely manner what needs to be fixed or replaced and get the computer working again. diagnostic software, is usually designed for use by trained technicians in a computer repair shop not the computer user/owner (although some owners do buy and use diagnostic software as they like to do the work themselves, just like some car owners like to work on their cars themselves).
He was sacked and replaced by a computer.
Run a computer diagnostic test to figure out WHY it's on. Why replace a converter when the problem could be an oxygen sensor?
What did the diagnostic code tell you before you replaced the EGR valve? You should not have replaced the EGR valve unless you have already run a diagnostic code otherwise you probably just wasted money. Oxygen sensors are a more common problem, especially since they routinely wear out. Also, map sensor, throttle position sensor, crankshaft position sensor... and a whole lot more, can cause a check engine light to come on. Don't guess; run a diagnostic code and figure out what the computer is detecting. Then replace ONLY what the computer indicates has failed.
Pcm internal failure. The engine computer has failed a self test.The computer may need replaced.Pcm internal failure. The engine computer has failed a self test.The computer may need replaced.
Have you replaced the fuel filter? Have you run a computer diagnostic test? The fuel filter was replaced last year in march. have not ran diagnostic test yet. someone said it may be the oxygen sensor due to the catlettic converter going out twice in one year. still do not know why it is dying at light and not wanting to shift. am replacing O2 sensor today.
The computer only resets when the battery is removed. The alternator just charges the battery, so if the battery is left connected when the alternator is replaced, the computer should not reset.
It means your sensor heater in Sensor 1 or Bank 1 is malfunctioning. Get it replaced.
Have you connected a code scanner? Most problems will show up on a computer diagnostic display. If you try that and don't get a fault code, it's probably fuel related.
From your description it sounds like the same problem I have had with my 94. I replaced the fuel Injectors and that fixed it right up. hopefully that helps. Take it to a qualified mechanic for a diagnostic Check for computer signal, ECT, noid pulse,
It will be replaced by a new theory when enough evidence is collected
You need to reset the light by using diagnostic equipment even though the part was replaced the fault code will still be stored in the ECU memory.
A blinking "check engine" light is an indication that the computer has detected a SERIOUS problem that can result in permanent damage to the engine. You need to connect a diagnostic code scanner to find out what the computer has detected.
Most jobs that currently can be replaced by computers alone have been. Numerous other jobs that could be replaced so, would also require the computer to have artificial intelligence and the ability to rationalise as humans do. The unlikelihod of this means it probably won't occur in the conceivably near-future.Jobs that can be replaced by computers in conjunction with other tools such as robots include manufacture and primary sector jobs, such as farming and processing. Many tertiary sector jobs could also theoretically be replaced by them, such as accounting, receptionist, diagnostic and consultancy services.
"The series circuit can be replaced, however it is not an easy task and it is best left up to professionals in computer repair unless you have extensive experience with computers."
Check all your grounds
P0601 : internal controller processor failureThe engine computer will need replaced.P0601 : internal controller processor failureThe engine computer will need replaced.