The service engine light is the same thing as a check engine light.
Yes, the Service Engine Soon light is the same as the Check Engine light.
They are the same thing.
The service engine soon is the same as a check engine light. It has nothing to do with an oil change.
That is the same as a check engine light. See related questions below.That is the same as a check engine light. See related questions below.
A service engine light is not the same as a check engine light. In most instances the service engine light means you are in need of an oil/filter change. Refer to your owners manual to see what is needed at the mileage you are at on your vehicle. If you are talking about the check engine light then take the vehicle to a professional for repair.
No, oil level does not cause the check engine light.
Have it checked for codes, That is the same as the check engine light.
A Service Engine light and a Check Engine light have the same purpose - to alert the driver that a malfunction has been detected by a sensor(s). It would behoove you to take your vehicle to an auto parts store (AutoZone or similar) that does free scans and have the touble code(s) retrieved to find what made the light come on. Some manufacturers call it a Check Engine light and others call it a Service Engine light, but as mentioned above they serve the same pirpose. I don't think your vehicle would have it labeled both ways.
The red Check Engine light and the amber Service Engine Soon light serve the same purpose. It is unlikely that a vehicle would have both. The trouble diagnostic codes have to be retrieved in order to determine if the problem is performance or emmissions related.
Yes it is the same thang.I was not to sure before to but i look though the book on the car and i found out that the lights are the same..
The same way you turned it on
If both lights are on the same vehicle then they mean 2 different things. Check Engine light means there is a problem with the emissions system. Service Vehicle means you need to perform regularly scheduled maintenance. Can mean you just need to change the oil/filter. Consult your owners manual for more information.
There are pages and pages of things that can cause a check engine light. You need to have it checked with a scantool. Then the code can be diagnosed and repaired.
The Service Vehicle or Maintenance Required light is there to remind you to do scheduled service on time. When the light comes on look in your owner's manual to see what service is due. Normally this means change the oil/filter. This is not the same as the Check Engine light which means there is a problem with the emission's system.
Wrong scanner?? If a check engine light is on, there are codes. Timing sensor? Check engine usually means a problem... Service means that scheduled service needs to be performed like oil change, or timing belt replacement. I would Check your Catalytic Converter. What often happens is the catalyst that is in the Catalytic converter Heats up and Blows out into your Muffler. This means It is not the sensor,but your converter and Muffler Need Replaced.I have just fixed two cars with this problem,and they had the same symptoms,Check engine Light.
It is run off of the same fuse as the engine computer.
The airbags do not have to be deployed to turn the airbag light on. The system runs a self check each time the car is started and if a problem is detected, it turns the light on. Basically, this works the same as the MIL light (also known as the Check Engine Light, or Service Engine Soon Light)
I had the same problem.I took off the egr valve,cleaned it with a wire brush and carb cleaner.Clean out the hoses too.Have the service engine light reset and you should be good.
You can disconnect your batteries for about 30 minutes, and it'll reset the ECM and the check engine light will be gone... momentarily, until the next diagnostic runs and the same fault is detected. You want to get rid of the check engine light, you find out the reason why and have it fixed.