These systems are called Traction Control or in your case Enhanced Traction System. It is either on or off. Yours is turned off, thus the off light.
If you mean the engine, yes. The actual car, no.
Do you mean "change THE transmission" or "Change the transmission FLUID"? Big difference there....
Do you mean the main switch by the driver or the switch on the door itself?
Try replacing your ignition coils , I had same prob. with my 1997 buick park ave. I have check engine light on and that took care of it for me. good luck
Do you mean for the door or the main switch on the driver's side? The main switch is very easy to replace... not sure about the door switches.
When the trac light is off, on a Buick Century, the traction control monitoring system is disengaged. It is recommended to have the trac system engaged on wet roads.
that is your air bag light
Most likely there's not enough brake fluid or your master cylinder is ready to give out.
Trouble code P1860 means: TCC PWM Solenoid Circuit
Trouble code P0440 means:Evaporative emission control system malfunction
Could be a clogged heater core. Just because it doesn't leak doesn't mean it's working right.
It can mean several things if the hold light flashes on your Mazda Familia 1997 model. It can indicate a shortage in the wiring or a blown fuse.
supplemental restraint system
way to go genius you screwed up the car
It probably means your battery is low because your alternator is bad. Just a guess.
what does P0650 mean on a 2001 buick century
it mean there is a hydraulic or electrical fault on the transmission
take it to the autozone they check the engine light for free
Your A/C system may be leaking, which would mean that it will not hold a charge of freon, as thusly will not cool.
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.
The evap emmission control sensor is too high.. cant help more.. dunno much bout buick..
Emmissions problem. HAVE THE ENGINE CHECKED!
The battery isn't being charged
I don't think you can install a new radio without removing the old one. If you mean replacing it with a different factory model as I have done with my '95 Skylark, it's a cinch. You might also try Radio Shack or Crutchfield.com to see if they have any harnesses that will adapt to your new radio.
well;really to answer this question we need to ask the poet what he does mean firstly by this word.But,because the poet was died since long time we cannot answer this question.so,plaese do present stupid questions like this here.