There are numerous reasons why the ABS light will come on in the Ford F150. The brakes could be bad or the wheel assemblies in the front or rear could also be bad.
Typically, a bad or "going bad" alternator.
get an engine diagnostic scan.
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.
Check that the overdrive button on the gear shifter is not disengaged that will cause it to come on.
No - check engine light is related to emission control system
Yes, it can cause a miss which will set the light.
Yes, it is one of many things that can cause the check engine light to come on.
Yes it will cause it for sure. You will get DTC of P0170/P0173. Car will drive rough.
Smaller tires should not cause the check engine light to come on. Smaller tires will cause the speedometer to be off.
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No, it would cause the "low oil" light to come on.
Check engine lights can come on for a number of reasons. If you didn't get the cable right or got a sparks when connecting or disconnecting that could most definitely cause problems with the check engine light or even blow the alternator fuse.
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Many things could cause your service engine soon light to come on. Every time you start the engine, the computer does a self-diagnostic test. If it finds any faults, it will illuminate the light. I would recomend you find an OBD ( On Board Diagnostic) tester and read the code. Autozone will perform this service for free. They will read the code and tell you what is causing your light to come on.
No, it will not.
You can disconnect the negative battery cable for 5 minutes which may or may not reset the check engine light. If that does not work you will need to have it reset with an OBD2 scan tool. Know that the light will just come back on if you do not repair the problem that cause the light to come on in the first place.
Probably a faulty ignition switch. learn more at www.trailvoy.com Trailblazer enthusiasts website.
Anything from a bad wheel speed sensor up to a complete failure of the ABS system.
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Yes, a faulty O2 sensor will cause the check engine light to come on. Many auto parts stores will plug in an ODBII code reader to your Expedition to get the "trouble code" that tells you which sensor (there are 4) is faulty, free of charge.
Running out of gas my certainly be a cause for the check engine light to come on. It could also be an assortment of other issues.
You can't reset that light...there is no such thing as a 2002 Honda Element...they didn't come out until 2003.
Never heard of a TLC light on a car.