If coolant level is correct - could be a defective sensor
The switch is in the on position.
The idle on my 1995 Chevy Cavalier stays at 600rpm's when i check it with the scanner. Hope this helps BE SAFE dirt420ba
It stays on
Usually a problem in the emission system. Hae vehicle scanned to determine the problem and have codes cleared
owners manual fuse box interior lamps pull it then figure it out no sense in a dead battery
why das my interior light stay on and run the battery down.
Try to start car,it will stall out. Leave the key on for 10 mins. until the light stays solid. Turn the key off. Start the car.
no it doesnt
Yes it does.
Defective or misadjusted, brake light switch.
Charging problem, altenator going bad or has already gone bad.
Either one of the door switches is broken or the dome light switch on the dash is turned on.
My 2001 Chevy Blazer's security stays on. Does that effect the cranking up of the vehicle?
Check engine light could be anything. usually related to emissions system failure of some kind. lots of auto stores will let you use there tool that will plug into your cars diagnostics and will give a code for what is wrong
No. Not visably
if coolant is ok!! then check coolant sensor.
With an ohmeter or a self-powered test light. Hook the two leads of your tester to the terminals on the brake light switch. Push down on the brake pedal and if the light stays off or the meter stays at infinity, the switch is bad.
I would suspect one of the door switches is at fault but also be sure the interior light switch is in the off position.
Try to start the car, it will quickly stall and go dead. The theft system light will be flashing. Just leave the key on after it goes dead for about 10 mins. until the light stops flashing and just stays lit. Turn the key off,then start the car.
The check engine light (service engine soon) comes on and stays on when a problem is detected by the self diagnosis system of your vehicle.
Get the computer scanned to see what the problem is.
If it stays on there is a problem with the charging system. Most likely a defective alternator.
The fluids (such as washer fluid) have a float as part of the sensor so if the float sticks at the low position, it will read low and the light will stay on. Remove the caps and see if this is the problem. I hope this helps you. Mark
When this light stays on, it is telling you the system is not charging. Possible bad alternator, battery, or loose or disconnected wire.