The light is illuminated because the ECU has picked up a fault on the engine management system, and has stored a fault code. You need to diagnose & rectify the fault for the light to be extinguished.
The engine would be running poorly and the check engine light should be illuminated with related codes.
It depends on why the light is illuminated. The only way to find out is with a scan tool.
Check to see if the alternator is working Connect a voltmeter to battery: Without engine running reading should be about 12.8 With engine running reading should be 13.8-14.2 If not bad alternator
A damaged timing belt would stop the engine from running probably with no warning. If you should have an "interference engine" it would basically destroy the engine.
By "OFF," I have to assume that your question means that the ignition switch is "ON", but the engine is not running. IF that is what your question means, then the reason the engine warning lights turning on is that the manufacturer designed the system that way to show you that those warning circuits and lights are working, and ready to warn you after you start the engine, should there be a failure in one of the systems they represent.
Engine coolant temp running 220 degree F
it's an engine warning light. it means either your engine has got a performance problem or an exhaust problem.
Bad alternator?Check output with a voltmeter - without engine running battery reading (fully charged) should be around 12.8 With engine running reading should be 13.8-14.2 if not probably a bad alternator
Assuming you mean catalytic converter, if the converter is seriously blocked the engine may only idle but will not have the power to move the vehicle. You should have a "check engine" light illuminated also.
The engine warning wrench icon is a reference to a problem with the engine. The engine should be checked by a certified mechanic.
It is normal operation. With "key on engine off" the check engine light should be illuminated so you can observe that it is properly functioning.
The engine system urgent service indicator is a warning to turn the engine off immediately. Running the engine will result in severe damage.
A fully charged battery should read approx. 12.8 V without engine running With engine running should read Approx. 13.8-14.2 Volts
The orange coil light on the Transit dash is the glow plug pre heat warning symbol, you should wait for it to extinguish before attempting to fire the engine, it also acts as a warning lamp (when it flashes/stays illuminated when engine running ) to say that you have fault/error codes in the vehicle diagnostic system that need reading. At present Transit 2000- diagnostic errors can only be accurately read by the Ford diagnostic system. Snap-on, Laser etc. systems can read some info but it will not be accurate.
The little orange engine warning light is an emissions control monitor. When it is illuminated it could mean that your PCV valve needs replacing -or- the MAF sensor needs servicing -or- some other aspect of the emissions system is not functioning within specs.
Check output of the alternator--With voltmeter With engine running readings should be 13.8-14.2 volts lower means probably a bad alternator
With key on engine not running pressure should be 9 to 13 psi Engine at idle pressure should decrease by 3 to 10 psi on a throttle body. On a multi port injection key on engine not running pressure should be 41 to 47 psi. Engine running at idle pressure should decrease 3 to 10 psi. Central multiport fuel injection key on not running should be 58 to 64 psi. Engine running at idle pressure should decrease 3 to 10 psi. Central sequential electronic fuel injection key on not running pressure should be 55 to 61 psi. Engine running at idle pressure should decrease 3 to 10 psi.
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If the engine is not running the pressure should be 35 to 40 psi. If the engine is running the pressure should be 30 to 45 psi.
Spark plugs are electrical components that should not have contact with any sort of fluid. The engine warning light is on as a warning for a possible electrical system issue.
Most likely the alt. not charging. Check it with a volt meter on the battery while the engine is running. Should read 14 or so volts.
It is normal if other lights come on at the same time. All of the reminder/warning lights should come on when ignition is in idle (key's in ignition, but the car is not running)
NO. That means the engine is running too hot. Check cooling system.
LOW ENGINE COOLANT LEVEL WARNING LAMP (page 68 MB Owner's Manual)The warning lamp comes on with the key in steering lock position 2 and should go out when the engine is running.If it comes on with the engine running, the coolant has dropped below the required level.If no leaks are noticeable and the engine temperature does not increase, continue todrive to the nearest service station and have the coolant added to the coolant system.(see page 77, MB Owner's Manual)Hope this answers your question !Roodeschool.