Your cars ecu reads inputs from many sensors and sends outputs to many controls based on that information. Any one of the components could have failed causing the light th come on. There is a code(s) that is stored in the ecu that should be read to determine where to start looking. Even then a code could be caused by something else but it does steer you in a direction.
There's no such thing as an "L7" engine
Disconnect the battery for about 10 seconds, then reconnect.(Note...when the service engine light comes on, it means that the computer has set a fault code indicating there may be an engine sensor bad, you may want to have that checked out and have someone read the code before you reset it.
The oil temp sensor on a 1991 Chevy Corvette is located on the bottom of the engine, near the oil pan. It constantly monitors the temperature of the oil and relays information to the computer.
The engine coolant temperature sensor is usually on the front of the engine. The coolant temperature sensor will be in the vicinity of the thermostat housing.
Right above the oil filter , in the engine block.
This light usually indicates an emission control issue. In most cases it is due to the oxygen sensor in the exhaust.
Corvette didnt have a Crankshaft Position Sensor until 96.
Where is the engine cooling fans sensor located on a 2000 Corvette ? Screwed in the driver side cyinder head just behind the Alternator. this is referred to as the temperature sensor. Hope this helps. Mike
passenger side of motor under exhaust manifold
What type of sensor? The tire pressure sensor is located in the wheel.
There's a coolant temperature sensor located on the lower part of the water pump on the drivers side.
The 1990 Chevrolet Corvette IAT sensor does have two wires. The sensor has a ground wire and a positive wire.
The orange engine light means that your Saturn LS300 has a sensor that is signaling for a service. This could be an oxygen sensor, an oil sensor, or even a tire sensor.
Th cam sensor is under the power steering pump; To service the sensor the pump has to be removed.
on most cars, they are screwed into the engine block on either side of the engine . Don't get it confused with the camshaft sensor, which is usually screwed into the cylinder heads, or the tempeture-sending sensor, which is usually located on the top of the engine block.
The pollution sensor is detecting unburned hydrocarbons. That usually means a cylinder is misfiring.
If the 2001 Mitsubishi Mirage won't start and has the service engine light on, you probably have an issue with a sensor. This could be a problem with an electrical or oxygen sensor.
For an NPR the rpm sensor is located left rear of engine by the frame rail. Its actually the engine speed per service manual but when you need to replace the sensor the parts department calls it the rpm sensor. Good luck.
I have a 98 with the same problem. The sensor in the engine needs to be replaced.
It is the Intake Air Temperature sensor usually located on the air inlet housing. When malfunctioning it will post error code P0111 and illuminate the Service Engine Soon warning llamp.
It is inside the distributor. You have to replace the distributor to service the cam sensor.
That is one of many possible causes.