Actually, this is a Jeep and this is a standard transmission (I bet.. just like mine)The arrow lights at the proper time for an UP shift. As the original answer points out, this is for the best economy, based on your driving. It will never light up in forth gear (no where to go from there). The light is controlled by a vac. sensor. could be a fuel economy shift point indicator. if the vehicle is a standard transmission.
Turn left indicator signal flashes rapidly when I use indicator, bulbs ok, no lights working
Check the vacuum line to the front differential.
When your Expedition is shut off and securely locked up , the theft light flashes to indicate the alarm system is armed
There is a problem with your airbag system. Some vehicles will blink to display a diagnostic trouble code. For example 10 flashes, pause and 3 flashes, will indicate the trouble code 13.
Flashing on the periphery of your vision can indicate your retina is detaching and you should visit an optometrist ASAP.
It means you have a very confused car on your hands
First you need to pull the codes from the display,start from there after you count the number of flashes to determine which code it is,angle sensor,speed sensor,shift motor or ecm.
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.
To reset the service indicator, start the vehicle normally. Afterwards, press the button on the end of the dashboard, and hold it in. It will begin flashing through some options, but if it is held down through the flashes, it will reset the service indicator.
It can mean several things, for starters, you Playbook could be low on battery, or, it is the Coverage indicator, if you want to turn it off go to, Options then Screen/Keyboard then set LED Coverage indicator to OFF.
A flashing check engine light normally means you have a misfire.
It's to check the immobilisor is working correctly when the car is started, if it flashes when car is started it means there is a fault
When mine flashes it means that the coolant level is low.
If you speak of the indicator light on a smoke alarm flashing - it is due to a low battery. Replace the battery and the light will cease flashing.
If it is a 98 Lesabre the button is in the glove box. Simply hold it down until the light flashes on the dash. That should reset it!
Go to your local library and look in the "Mitchells" books, or depending on where you live, if you have a library card you may be able to access online repair data for your vehicle. We have the ability to do so where I live. This is a wondeful tool.
On a 1993 you turn the key to the on position to the off position 3 times. On the 3rd time leave it in the on position and count the flashes on the check engine light. Use a haynes manual to check what the number code is eg. 3 flashes pause 5 flashes is 35. Auto zone will help you find what you need.
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If you're talking about an OBD2 connector, it probably doesn't have one. OBD2 didn't become mandatory until 96. My 95 gc doesn't have one. You can retrieve the codes by cycling the ignition on 3 times in less than 10 seconds(on-off-on-off-on, wait for codes), then count the flashes of the check engine light. Each code will be 2 digits, when code 55 flashes, it's done. There will be a set of slow flashes to indicate the first number of the code, then a short pause, then the next quicker series of blinks will indicate the second number of the code. Code 32 would be 3 slow blinks, a short pause, then 2 quicker blinks. Then there will be a longer pause to indicate the next code. The diagnostic plug is under the hood.
When you turn the key off and lock the doors, there will be a red light on the top of the dash that flashes while the alarm arms.
my turn signal indicator flashes rapidly but the actual turn signal does not flash only on one side
It means the overdrive is turned off... it's typically a button on the side of the transmission shift column.
flashes of light
You have a malfunction in the emissions system that becomes harmful to the vehicle when driving ( engine at higher than idle speeds ) You should get it checked asap. It quite often ( as long as it seems to be operating Ok ) an issue with misfiring that can cause the catalytic converter to overheat.
Not sure if this helps, but the book I have on my 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee says that their are 2 of these sensors, I have not had the time to look for the second one. I have the same problem.