An electrical fault, check the spark plug, distributor and leads.
Check that your air sensor is plugged in/connected to where it should be - this is the most common reason for ETS light coming on
Low catalytic converter efficiency.
common problem with 1998 mystique check engine light on
Your check engine light should come on. You will have poor performance from the engine, no get up and go.
i unhooked the battery...(both terminals)
Several things could be making the Lumina growl. Check the belts and pulleys on the front of the engine. Check the engine mounts as well. Either of these areas can cause the problem of the growling noise.
Check the ignition control module...notorious for this problem
That depends entirely on the reason why the check engine light is on.
If there is no check engine light illuminated, start with the basics like a good tune up.
If you live near a vocational school or career center, you might check their Automotive department. They might be able to help you out for a donation to the class.
Yes, this is often the reason why the check engine light comes on.
1993 Chevy lumina: check all vacume lines for leaks and or splits around intake.AnswerIf you are not actually moving (just revving up the engine), it is normal for the engine stop at 4000 rpm. (governored)
Check actual engine temperature with a thermometer--if in acceptable range temperature sensor or gauge may be defective
The idle is not adjustable, it is computer controlled, which means the idle is not the problem. Look for a check engine light.
Replacing the water pump will not cause the check engine light to come on. Either it is a coincidence or you have accidentally disconnected a wire or damaged a sensor somehow.
There are several things that can cause your Chevy Lumina fan to not work properly. The most common cause is a bad ground wire. Check the ground wire and make sure it is tight and free of corrosion.
The car will start and run poorly in the limp mode and the check engine light will illuminate.
The check engine light can come on for a variety of reasons. You will have to have the vehicle connected to a code reader to determine the specific reason for the light to be on.
Yes, the check engine light is coming on for a reason. You need to take your vehicle into a service center.
Probably an O2 sensor has worn out. You can take your vehicle to an AUTOZONE store and have the codes read for free. This will pinpoint the check engine light problem.
should be on right side, front of engine. at upper radiater hose, if not there check the thermostat housing!! on the 3.1 it is located by the ignition control module.
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.
If the check engine light is on, there's something wrong with the engine. Or, the computer is bad. One or the other. They don't set a light for no reason.
The only way to answer that question is by knowing which warning lights are on. It could be ABS, Change Oil, Check engine, Brakes etc