As previously said. Dead, or weak battery. The light you're talking about is a blinker signal light, not a check engine light. It's just coincidental.
An L.E.D blinker is an L.E.D light that blinks on and off.
The hazzard light switch on the dash to the right of the speedometer is also the turn signal flasher. This is a common part to fail if intermittant turn signal operation. - TechJK -----------------------------
check your relay to the blinker. its wat makes it go on and off
albonic light blinker
That means that the bulb in the blinker needs to be replaced.
starting on the top left going down this is how mine goes:(non-turbo)door ajar warning light, oil pressure, check engine light, tour /sport mode indicator if you have ecs.,security indicator(if you have security system), DOWN MIDDLE FROM TOP BETWEEN SPEEDOMETER AND RPM GAUGES:left blinker=right blinker, gas gauge,brake warning light, cruise control indicator(if so equipped),battery charging system indicator(if on low battery) beside that high beams,RIGHT HAND SIDE TOP seat belt restraint system, washer fluid level, srs warning light(needs to be serviced by dealer), carousel looking light is LOW ENGINE COOLANT. Hope that helps.
Take it to Autozone and have it read the codes if it is OBD2 (1996 and newer) if not to see if the check engine light is related to the speedometer problem disconnect the negative battery cable and hold the brake down for about a minute. This should turn the check engine light off. If it does drive it to see if the speedometer works. If it does they are related somehow, if it still doesn't then it must be two separate problems.
This light flashes due to general system faults. This light may flash if the voltage drops below 9v. The most common cause of this light flashing intermittently is an old or weak battery. Get the battery checked and re-charge or replace the battery if necessary. If the battery is OK then check the computer for codes because one or more of the electrical systems may have a problem.
If your "left blinker" is on, to change it, "push up" the blinker arm that is on your steering wheel. If your right blinker is on, push the arm down to change it to the right blinker. This works on All Cavaliers and most other cars made in the U.S.
Remove the tail light cover in the cargo compartment. Remove the wiring harness. Remove the blinker retaining screws. Reverse the process to install the new blinker.
the clicking sound is the blinker. when you signal to turn with your blinker the light flashes and makes a clicking sound.
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Depends on the vehicle. Resubmit your question with vehicle make, model and year.
Sounds like the light bulb is either loose or burned out in the dash. Replace it.
trunk should be a panel
Generally, the tail "light" and the tail light "blinker" are two different bulbs. Check the blinker bulb first. If it is OK, then it is likely a fuse to a flasher unit.
REPLACE THE BULB
You remove the headlight to gain access to the back of the blinker housing, you can reach into the back of it and pull out the light and cable it's attached to. It's a pain.
the battery light means that your battery is being charged properly. so let it light.
If the ABS light is flashing it means the system is malfunctioning but still working. The dash light behind the speedometer is burnt out.
reset battery no charge light after battery replacement.
There is no such thing as blinker fluid, a blinker is a turn signal light. They do not require any fluid. Brake fluid goes in at the firewall in front of the driver there usually is a plastic top with a round metal thing behind it.
Usually a sign of a bad ground connection or corroded contacts on the light socket. In other words a poor connection at that blinker.