If the computer, aka Engine Control Module (ECM) had a major melt down the engine would not start or run. Different functions of the ECM could fail and the engine may continue to run and the check engine light would illuminate. It is seldom the ECM is at fault.
Maybe. The engine computer is the voltage regulator, with the battery disconnected it may not be able to control the alternator output voltage correctly. This could cause it to go low or high.Maybe. The engine computer is the voltage regulator, with the battery disconnected it may not be able to control the alternator output voltage correctly. This could cause it to go low or high.
have you changed the pick up coil in the distributer or it could be the distributer itself
check with your computer Control Panel
Could be locked up, starter could be bad, computer could be dead,.....................
You need to find out what the check engine light came on for. Have the computer scanned for codes. When certain errors occur that could damage the engine, sometimes the computer will just shut down the engine to prevent damage. That may be what happened to you.
Could use more detail as to what the malfunction is. Sometimes disconnecting the battery can cause a temporary malfunction that makes the engine run poorly for a while. The ECM (Engine Control Module) has to go through a "relearn" process that may take a few drive cycles to complete if that is the case.
You could try a catalytic converter
It could be either the temperature control sensor to the computer, or the ambient air sensor.
It depends on the type of birth control. Sometimes after starting it, it could be longer than normal, and sometimes it will disappear the first month. Sometimes it will be normal, and sometimes is will be shorter.
There is a certain type of virus called a keylogger which is ment to save everything you type, and sometimes click and sends it to the hacker. You could also lose it to a remote connection where the hacker can see your desktop and control your computer.
You could have a wiring issue between the computer and the light, or you have a bad computer.
I have to guess at a few things but.. I am guessing because the engine has serious problem with how it is running the engine computer has increased the idle speed very high to try and keep it running. If this is the case putting it into gear will bang very hard and drop the engine speed to below what the engine control computer can keep it running. So it quits. Get the engine fixed.
If a car engine stalls when turning, there could be a problem with the power steering pump. There could also be an issue with an emissions control device.
Desktop, program files, control panel mostly.
ANY error code in the computer.
It means the car's computer has detected a malfunction. Could be serious, could be simple. You should bring it somewhere to have the codes read. Sometimes you can have it done for free at a local car parts store. If the check engine light is on, your car probably will fail emissions, in case you need to get that done soon.
The birth control pill could mask irregular bleeding that sometimes occurs in hyperthyroidism, but will not mask other symptoms.
Is it running better? Sometimes you need to clear out the computer before the check engine light will turn off, any auto-parts store will do this for free with a little computer they plug in under the dash. If it's still not running well there could be more faults going on.
Could be a short or the climate control unit is about to be toast.
The "...convert a gas car to electric..." implies removal of the gasoline engine and replacing it with an electric motor, creating an all electric car. If on the other hand you intend to keep the gasoline engine and use it when the batteries are low, then you will have created a hybrid gasoline-electric vehicle. With that qualification, and the assumption that you meant a full conversion from gasoline to electric, then the answer to your question is that IF the gasoline engine is removed from service, then the computer "that controlled the gas engine and its components" is no longer necessary and can be removed also. Also, the portion of your question relating to the gasoline engine computer suggests your thinking that it could be reprogrammed somehow to control the electric motor. Since that computer is designed for and is dedicated to the gasoline engine, it cannot be be reprogrammed and used to control the electric motor(s).
P0700 is EATX code present.It simply means that the engine computer has noticed that the transmission computer has a dtc in it. This causes the Pcm (engine computer) to turn the check engine light on. You will need to have the TCM (trans computer) checked for codes to know what to diagnose.General automatic transmission fault. It could be a sticky internal sensor. A transmission shop could read the actual fault from the transmission.
Typically it means MegaByte. Sometimes could mean MotherBoard.
It could sometimes be caused if you have to much of the computers memory taken up.
A blown radiator hose could not cause a 2000 Dodge Durango to not have spark and not start unless the heat damaged the computer in the vehicle. Sometimes when an engine overheats, the computer that controls the firing can be damaged.