if the transaxle light comes on in the car can you still drive it
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.
You have to clear the computer of the malfunction; Use the same diagnostic tool that read the code to clear the light.
Antilock Brake Light comes on and stays on when the ABS computer detects some problem with the antilock brakesystem components. You will still have normal brake use, but the Antilock system will probably not work as an Antilock brake system is supposed to work. ABS system diagnostic code readers are available and are recommended for diagnostic purposes, however fixing ABS systems is perhaps best left up to the Pros. . .
Yes! It comes in a light blue tub...
They reflect and scatter visible light that comes from an external source.
The mechanic ran every diagnostic test, but still could not locate the source of the problem.
Well, you could remove and replace the accalerator pedal, and reset the system with a diagnostic tool and software. Mechanic still ongoing.
The "Check Engine" light is a diagnostic indicator showing that the On Board Diagnostic computer has detected a problem and has saved the trouble code. You can get the trouble code from the OBD system using a special computer attachment. Most auto parts stores will get the trouble code for you for free (and be happy to sell you the part that would need to be replaced.) Check the trouble code to insure that it is referring to a flow issue. If the electrical system is at fault, consult your service manual for the proper test.
All vehicles since 1996 have OBDII (On Board Diagnostics II) built in. the "check engine" or "service" light is part of the OBD system that indicates a failure code is in the on board computer. the light is turned off by clearing the memory using an OBD scan tool (plugs into the diagnostic port). If the light comes back on, the fault is still present and will need to be diagnosed and repaired.
Around 3 gallons.
Assuming a pure frequency: The filter will not change the frequency of the light. Either some of the red light comes through - in which case it will still be red. Or it will completely filter out the light - in which case the result will be black.