A tune up for a Mitsubishi Galant can mean several things. But the most common focus is replacing the air filter, fuel filter, spark plugs, wires and routine maintenance.
its the seatbelt or something. completely normal.
Trouble code P0175 means: System too rich (Bank 2)
Trouble code P0300 means: Random/multiple cylinder misfire detected
Trouble code P0441 means: Evaporative Emission System Incorrect Purge Flow
It is the sensor for the tire pressure. It comes on when the air pressure in one of your tires is low.
Most had a V-6 under the hod, which would mean 6 spark plugs.
Trouble code P0442 means:Evaporative emission control system leak detected (Small leak)
The message '4th gear ratio incorrect' can indicate that there is a problem with the solenoid for the torque converter. This is code 54 on a Mitsubishi Galant.
You need to obtain a troubleshooting chart for that code. If I recall, it has to do with the Evaporative system.
Three short beeps points to a possible memory error on your computer.
Dont you mean where is Jimmy Hoffa, what happens when you fly over the Bermuda Tri-angle?, Who shot kennedyThese are questions easierly answered.Good luck !
iPod's will beep when the battery is low.
it means some one is praying for you
Check the brake fluid.
Beeps (usually 3) most of the time mean a ram problem flashes use to mean a motherboard problem http://www.apple.com/support/macmini/
It means that you have to cut your engines.
It means when the propane tank is low or empty.
Beeps at start up indicate that something is wrong. Often it is a bad memory module, possibly not pushed in tight enough to form a solid connection. (See links below)
Through a series of audio beeps, different numbers of beeps mean different errors depending on your bios manufacturer.
SRS, aka Supplemental Restraint System, this is the airbags in your car. Constant light could mean there is a problem with the system. A certified mechanic needs to look at it. The airbags could inflate at any time or not inflate when there is a crash, that's why it is best to have it checked out.
you have cancer or theres a bomb in your ear, most likely the second one
When a Mac beeps at startup it indicates that there is a problem. The problem usually relates to the RAM memory modules which may have worked loose and just need pushing back in firmly. The solution will depend on the type of Mac/Mac OS and the number of beeps. (See links below)
Usually it means its picking up a signal on the specified band.
your fuel level is low. buy gas.