It means the computer has detected a problem with the emissions system. It could be a number of things. Have the computer scanned to recover the code. This will help you determine what the problem may be.
Bad head gasket and/or cracked head.
Could be your crank sensor. These are very common to fail on these cars.
Probably a fuse. I didn't think they were on the same circuit but they could be. check that first.
If the coolant fan does not operate on a Chevy Corsica, it is likely that a fuse is out. There could also be a mechanical defect in the fan or wiring.
It could be anything from a shot bearing, bad or bent tie-rod or stabilizer, to just a common alignment problem. Best thing to do is take it to a local shop and ask them what is causing the problem. Any good reputable shop will usually take the time to quickly diagnose a problem for you and suggest what you might be able to do to fix the problem. -Kyle Slipdunk2@hotmail.com
If you have an oxygen sensor problem then there should be a check engine light "on." Have a repair shop scan and diagnosis the problem. You may not truly have a problem with the oxygen sensor as it could be a vacuum leak that makes the o2 sensor set a code.
My dashpanel lights stopped working in your Chevy Monte Carlo ss 2001 what could the problem be
When service engine light is on on a 2003 Chevy Trailblazer, the problem could be a faulty thermostat, a circuit range performance problem, or any other problem.
could be the catalytic converter or it might need a new transmission.
It could be a couple of things. Depending on the type of cluster it could be a couple of burnt out light bulbs (easy and cheap fix). Also, it could be that your cluster is dying (expensive fix). If this is the problem try a place through the internet called Mr Whizard, they rebuild instrument clusters ($200 - $300) verses a new cluster ($1000+).
I don't know what your specific problem is, but there is no distributor cap.
you either have the rod caps mixed up or wrong bearings on them. the connecting rods and rod caps are matched and cannot be mixed up. good luck if you did, just spend some time figuring out which is which.
start with fuel filter could be clogged, could be faulty fuel pump.
Pads or shoes worn beyond usable. Replace pads and rotors or shoes and drums as needed.
possible leaking heater core
Probably. Could also be a timing chain problem.
I just replaced my water pump last month and it cost around $200, but could be up to $250 sometimes.
Could be a problem with a pulley bearing.
If the transmission on a 1999 Chevy 4x4 will not shift into high gear, there could be a problem with the shift solenoid. There could also be a problem with a broken belt inside the transmission.
Check bulbs they are double filamented smaller for brake/ turn signals Check the sockets for corrosion Check for power and ground to sockets Could be a problem in the steering column switch
The transmission for the 1996 Chevy 3500 could be jumping from overdrive for several reasons. The transmission could have a vacuum or electrical problem causing it to come out of overdrive. Or, there could be an internal valve problem causing this to happen.
Replace your heater selector switch
The problem may be that you have a bad idle air control vale, a bad throttle position sensor, a dirty e.g.r. valve, a stretched timing chain and gears.