Could be the EGR valve not opening and causing the engine to detonate/ping due to excessive engine combustion chamber temperature or knock sensor not retarding timing. And could be engine bearings.
A bad oil sensor can cause the oil light to come on while pressure is still ok. The sensor could also confuse the computer, causing it to send wrong information to the engine.
22- Coolant sensor signal out of range. It might have been disconnected by accident for some reason or could be a bad sensor... Its the sensor that's screwed into the engine block with a 1 wire connection.
Check the Chevy S10s crankshaft position sensor. The sensor is located low on the engine, and the snow could have gotten the connection damp. The engine will not start when the sensor does not operate.
A bad O2 sensor could cause the engine to overcompensate for what it believes to be a problem. It will tell the engine to let in more or less O2 and could damage the engine in the long run. The sensor is not too expensive to replace and could save you LOTS of money in the future.
The oxygen sensor is one of many things that could turn the check engine light on.The oxygen sensor is one of many things that could turn the check engine light on.
Get the engine code then reask question to get a better answer. The Mass Air Flow sensor could be malfuncting causing bad o2 sensor readings also. Good luck.
The orange engine light means that your Saturn LS300 has a sensor that is signaling for a service. This could be an oxygen sensor, an oil sensor, or even a tire sensor.
knock sensor is a very sensitive small microphone usually on the engine block or sum times on the cylinder head , it listens for any pre detonation going on in your engine . pre detonation is nasty early combustion you dont want, if you get pre det it causes a pre knock sound which the knock sensor microphone detects. your probly not getting pre detonation but thats what the sensor does 8) "sensor 1 circuit" means the ecu has detected it cannot make connection to the sensor, the sensor could be dead or you could have a wiring issue to the sensor IE chaffed wire, bad connection at the plug ect. Brett
Yes, just about any sensor on the engine could cause a no start.Yes, just about any sensor on the engine could cause a no start.
Could be a number of things, the first thing I would check would be the TPS (throttle position sensor)The sensor itself could have a bad spot which would mean replacing the sensor, also check the electrical connection at the sensor. Second would be to check the connection at the MAF (Mass Airflow sensor). Other things to check would be fuel pump, fuel filter, fuel pump relay. Good luck
a check engine light that flashes while driving has nothing to do with the speed sensor or alternator a flashing engine light shows that there is problem that is causing catylitic conver damage for instance if you had a bad spark plug or spark plug wire that was causing a missfire then the light will flash there is no other reason for the light to flash
your knock sensor could need to be replaced
Simply stated it could be that your connection is not secure, and others are accessing simultaniously as you do through out the day.
If the engine light is coming on at the same time as it the engine dies and I am guessing it starts again. It may be your electric fuel pump. You left too little information about the sympton as it could be a number of things. The check engine light will come on if the engine dies. it could be your o2 sensor
The "Check Engine" light will illuminate when the ECM (engine control module) receives a signal from a sensor that is out of its parameter. It could be a faulty sensor or the sensor may be doing its job reporting a problem to the ECM.
Yup it could, the coolent temp sensor tells the injectors to either spray more fuel on start up or less fuel when warmed up..it could be running rich and be causing the car to run poorly..
Could be the TDC Sensor, sometimes called the crankshaft Sensor.
I think you could. The vehicle speed sensor is next to the oil filter on a 1.8T engine, manual transmission. You could pull on the sensor cable while rotating the filter, and possibly damage the sensor. It's fairly easy to replace. Sensor cost is $20-50.
If the camshaft sensor is not operating properly, then the engine could suffer lower mpg. The sensor is what causes the engine to fire at the proper times and this is critical for better economy.
The coolant temp. sensor could be bad....or the thermostat could be stuck shut.....there are a few things it could be actually
NO.your car would bog out on you if it was the oxygen sensor. Its got to be a wireing prolem for that engine light to come on or its something else making it turn on. Get your suspention checked out.
Oxygen Sensor. Or the Knock Sensor. Or you could check the plugs for faults.
It could be the bearing in your tension pulley.