Either the emergency brake is on or the brake fluid level is LOW in the brake master cylinder in your engine compartment
An engine cylinder misfire has been detected
For obvious reasons between makes and models, this varies.
even though mercury is closest to the sun it has a moon like surface witch reflects the light not "absorb" that makes Venus the hottest planet.
required to make the lamp conduct electricity & mercury radiates ultraviolet light turn makes coating inside lamp to glow.
Go to AutoZone and ask one of the fellas to come out and "check your check engine light code". They will be able to tell you what the problem code is, as well as re-set your check engine light.
1995 Mystique automatic 4 cylinder probably has a Ford CD4E transmission with an internal filter that cannot be changed without a major disassembly of the trans. which makes it impractical if not impossible for a home mechanic or fast lube shop to do. Either get your transmission rebuilt or replaced while you have it out and save yourself some grief.
i had a similair problem its actually the motor mount has been broken or the rubber grommets holding the exhaust in place are getting worn down and need to be replaced!!
Sounds like you blew a cylinder in the engine.
it could be your coil pack or a short
Mercury was a division of Ford
If the check engine light is on for your 1991 Toyota Cressida, that makes that some repairs need to be made to the engine. Taking the car to a certified mechanic to perform a diagnostic test can confirm if there is any issues with the engine.
It could be a # of things, You need to have the engine scaned with a engine scanner. Some parts stores will do that for free.
Mercury is an element. Mercury is purely made up of mercury atoms.
Take it to a shop and get the engine serviced. Kinda makes sense if you think about it.
No, a loose gas cap can cause the check engine light to come on but not the low fuel light.
The medical answer is that you risk your life with Hg (mercury) poisoning. It feels not as cool as water; it makes your hand feel light (buoyancy). Although how I know that, I won't tell.
Sorry, your question makes no sense. Please rephrase your question.
Your transmission fluid might be low.
The check engine light is on when the engine computer has detected a malfunction and set a code. There are pages of possible causes. You need to have the system checked with a scan tool or code reader to have a starting point.
It is required to make the lamp conduct electricity.And when it does the mercury then radiates ultraviolet lightand this in turn makes the coating inside the lamp glow.Usually white..... but any color is possible.
Fluorescent lamps or light bulbs contain various amounts of mercury in them. When they are thrown away they are eventually broken and the mercury can leak out. That makes them hazardous to people, animals, and the environment.
Your alternator maybe bad
Your question makes no sense at all, at least not in the Check Engine Light category which you posted it in.