sounds like your alternator or voltage regulator is going out most auto zones can test them for free
check battery and alternator
There is no reset for a check gauges light. If the light is on, there is a problem either with the temperature oil pressure or voltage.
One of the gauges is outside the safe range. Check oil pressure, coolant temp, and battery voltage.
Engine overheat, low oil pressure, or alternator voltage.
to look at the gauges something is terribly wrong!!
If the Gauges on your instrument panel have stopped working you may have had a voltage converter stop working. This device mounted to the rear of your instrument panel converts the voltage from your alternator to the voltage that your gauges run off of. You can check the fuses with a multimeter and see if both sides have voltage showing, if so then see about replacing the voltage converter.
It reduces the voltage from 12v to 6v because the gauges run on the lower voltage.
When the check gauges light comes on it is telling you to check the gauges because at least one of the gauges is out of normal range. It could be low oil pressure, engine over heating or low voltage.
One of the gauges is out of the safe range, Voltage, oil pressure, temperature, etc
The excitation voltage is the force transducer's supply voltage; in general a range is specified. It is essential not to exceed the maximum excitation voltage, since otherwise the permissible voltage at the strain gauges will be exceeded.
The Main Voltage regulator it built into the Alternator There is also one on the instrument panel to stabilise the voltage to the gauges
Fuel, coolant, voltage
It means that one or more of the gauges is out of the safe zone. It could be oil pressure low, voltage high or low, or an engine overheat.It means that one or more of the gauges is out of the safe zone. It could be oil pressure low, voltage high or low, or an engine overheat.
A bad alterator or voltage regultor
It means that one or more of the gauges is out of the safe zone. Check oil pressure, temperature, voltage.
It is possible there is a short circuit on your brake light circuit which is pulling the voltage down causing the gauges to go haywire.
The check gauges light comes on when one of the gauges it outside of the safe operating range. Check oil pressure, coolant temp, battery voltage, etc.
It means that one gauge is not in the safe zone. Check the engine temp, oil pressure, battery/alternator voltage,It means that one gauge is not in the safe zone. Check the engine temp, oil pressure, battery/alternator voltage,
Well is your battery putting out enough voltage to power the gauges? On my 66 corvette I have to really step on the gas and then my gauge lights come on.
hi if u connect the battery the wrong way the gauges will bouncing this is because the gauges has whats called a ballast resistor an diodes this prevent the voltage current to flow only in one direction so it wil be preventing burning of the gauges
A wire going to the battery broke off, when it was reconnected the gauges and lights on the gauges start working again, however the speedometer and the tachometer did not operate.
Oil Pressure Engine Temperature Fuel level Battery voltage
By the voltage supplied and current needed by the speakers to satisfy the speaker watts specfications.
Voltage, temperature, and oil pressure.
Could be something like low fuel, high temp, low oil pressure, any number of things.