Your brakes need bleeding. And if you have antilock brakes, you should take it to a shop to bleed them. It takes special tools to bleed antilock brakes. If you have regular brakes you can bleed them yourself. Could go into further detail but would take too long to explain. Refer to a repair manual.
Note: bleeding antilock brakes without first disconnecting the sensor will damage the sensor and the antilock function will no longer work (learned the hard way, unfortunately).
It is important to know what it means when a warning light comes on. If the ABS light comes on, it means that there is a problem with the brake system within the car.
By repairing the problem. Low brake fluid, defective master cylinder, etc.
Something wrong with fluid side maybe need to bleed them or could be a problem with master cylinder
It is important to know what the warning lights on a car means. The Service light can be reset by fixing the problem within the car, or replacing its fuse.
You have a problem with your braking system. I suggest you check the brake fluid in the Master Cylinder and if it is ok, seek help from a professional.You have a problem with your braking system. I suggest you check the brake fluid in the Master Cylinder and if it is ok, seek help from a professional.
Check your master brake cylinder, as the warning light will come on if the fluid level is low. If that is OK, you probably need to change your brake pads.
Remove all power from the unit.
There is no set mileage. It depends on many factors. How you drive, where you drive, and the speed at which you drive. I have seen them last 100,000 miles and I have seem some that need replacing at 20,000 miles. There is a warning device that will alert you to when they need replacing. When you hear a high pitched squeal, they need replacing. Another sign is when your master cylinder gets low of brake fluid.
Yes, it is safe but the battery will run down and the engine will stop. This will strand you on the road. The most likely problem is the alternator has failed and needs replacing.
lots of reasons this could happen, more than likely a speed sensor has went out
look for the problem in the ignition switch.
Had the same problem with mine. It the sensors which needed replacing but mine still went wrong. it was 200 for the 3 sensors but I sold the car as they always went.
I had a 1986 Ford Tempo that did the exact same thing. After replacing the relay in the truck of my car, I never had a problem again.
This is caused by a flawed design is the instrument cluster of 2002 model Volkswagen Beetles. It is a common problem that can be fixed by replacing the instrument cluster with one made after 2002.
The little orange engine warning light is an emissions control monitor. When it is illuminated it could mean that your PCV valve needs replacing -or- the MAF sensor needs servicing -or- some other aspect of the emissions system is not functioning within specs.
The emissions warning light refers to a problem with the exhaust system. The most common problem with the exhaust system is a plugged catalytic converter.
If the warning lights go off in a Chevy Tahoe, it indicates a problem. In order to reset these lights the problem must be solved.
The charging warning light should automatically reset if the battery is disconnected. Check the battery cables and ensure they are properly connected. Also check the alternator connections. If the light is still on there may be a problem with the new alternator.
i had the same probelem with mine and its got to do with the key fob needing replacing can be traced by renault dealers.
There is a warning indicater on the brake pads to let you know they need replacing.
blown bulb in the dash pannel, or bad switch on the bottom of the handle , or bad wireing !
You could have an electrical problem that causes the warning to not trigger. If you are using a copied key, it may not register with the warning system.
It is important to pay attention to the warning lights on the dashboard. The Battery warning light turns on when there the battery of a car is having a problem.
HondaHonda recommends replacing it every 105,000 miles or every 10 years whichever comes first. Warning: This is an interference engine.
The warning light is on because there is a problem with the system. Until the problem is fixed the light will remain on and the system will not operate if needed. Once the problem is fixed the light will reset itself.