Usually, but not always.
If the fuel pressure is too low that might cause the service engine light to come on and , since there would not be enough fuel pressure, might also cause a sluggish response. That could be caused by a clogged fuel filter also.
Anything that could cause a cylinder misfire can cause the check engine light to flash. A restricted fuel filter is one.Anything that could cause a cylinder misfire can cause the check engine light to flash. A restricted fuel filter is one.
No, it will not.
1st thing to check is the fuel sending unit, second is the guage. go to your local library and find a manual on this car for the specs.
Yes, a defective fuel cap will make the check engine light come on. It will alert the car that its not getting good gas mileage.
That would one of hundreds of possible causes.
It could, along with anything else that can cause a misfire.see related question below.It could, along with anything else that can cause a misfire.see related question below.
It can cost around $1000 as an estimate. A simple tip to extend the life of your fuel pump: don't let your empty light (reserve fuel) light come on. That little light comes on when your fuel is so little that its below your fuel pump, which will cause it to overheat and eventually break.Added: It depends on what year CR-V you are asking about. Vehicles with the fuel pump installed inside the fuel tank WILL cost more to replace that ones who were built with the fuel pump external to the tank.
Plugged fuel filter
Not positive which one but it sounds like a computer or sensor problem
No, a bad fuel pump will cause a no run situation.
A clogged or defective fuel filter will very likely cause a check engine light. If it is suspected, it should be replaced.
That would be a bad fuel pump in that tank
your float is stuck or you have a short in the hot wire!
It is the ding dong light. Maybe seatbelt light. Couldn't be the low gas light could it?
I would check all fuses, then work my way back. Sounds like a fuel filter or fuel pump to me.
Fuel leak? Charcoal canister?
Usually, the light will come on when the gas level drops to/below one (1) gallon.
You need a new fuel pump
No, but a defective fuel cap can set the "check engine" light to come on.
There are numerous things that can cause a misfire, see related questions below.
Yes, it is possible.
The most common cause is a failure of the fuel tank level sensor.