First thing to do is check your oil level.Even though you recently changed it your engine may be leaking or burning oil.Make sure it reads "full" on the oil dipstick. Second,check your engine idle speed.Make sure it is fast enough, usually 700-800 rpm.Low idle speed may cause the light to flicker. Third,sometimes the oil pressure sending switch is faulty.It can be checked with a continuity test.But sometimes it is easier to simply replace it. Fourth,a dirty or partially restricted oil intake screen in the oil pan can limit the flow of oil to the engine,and low oil pressure. Fifth,low oil pressure can make the light flicker.This could be caused by restricted oil flow(see fourth),worn or damaged engine bearings or oil pump failure.The motor may also have abnormal knocking sounds with these conditions. Start with 1st,2nd and 3rd.If the condition still happens take an oil pressure test.If it is low you may need to get inside the engine. If oil was recently changed make sure the correct viscosity was used, if it's overdue, replace oil and filter.
No. It may cause eye strain, but flickering a standard consumer lightbulb will not make you blind.
Flickering means:to move irregularly or unsteadily : flutterto burn or shine fitfully or with a fluctuating light (e.g. candle is flickering in the window)to appear brieflyto cause to flickerto produce by flickeringSome examples are:A TV was flickering in the background.The overhead light kept flickering off and on.Thoughts flickered through his mind.A smile flickered across her face.
water in the fuel can cause an idling motor to sputter and/or die.
Can cause surging and/or flickering
Yes,it can cause migraine.
Oxygen toxicity can cause seizures and spasms. That implies to me that flickering eyes may be a symptom of O2 toxicity, but not a common or likely one. While possible, I'd personally look elsewhere for the cause.
Toyota has recently started replacing their gas pedals. These were the cause of major recalls.
You probably have it set for non-interlaced picture. A non-interlaced picture scans every line on the monitor in sequence and this can cause flickering. Setting it to interlaced will cause the raster to scan every other line and then go back and scan the lines it skipped on the first pass. Televisions do this routinely to prevent flickering but its user-selected on computers.
A clogged muffler can.
Yes, when idling and driving.
Have you checked your blood pressure or done any blood tests recently?
my 1990 300zx is idling rough what could cause this?
If a car shakes and loses power when idling it can be the spark plug. If a spark plug is fouling, it can cause power losses.
it would cause a certain lamp to be going on and off. (flickering )
The speed of light changes if the density of medium changes. In hot air, the density is less so due to the change in speed of light, we think that it is flickering.
There are several things that can cause your Jeep to stall while idling. The timing may be off or your fuel filter may be clogged.
A failing throttle position sensor will cause idling problems when the car is warm. The failing sensor can also cause the car to stall when idling.
The spark plug gap can cause the RPMs to fluctuate, while idling. The more probable cause of the fluctuating RPMs is a bad camshaft.
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old fuel filter
Yes, it could.
No, very doubtful.
The most likely cause of a 1992 Ford Aerostar stalling while idling is bad spark plugs. The plugs should be changed and the timing checked to resolve the problem.