the oil presser going up and down is why your check guadges light is coming on.. probly need a ned oil pump but check the sender first, much easer and cheeper to replace..
Yes if one or more gauge is reading wrong
Either your temperature gauge is reading too hot , your oil pressure is too low , or your gas gauge is at or near empty
It means look at your gauges. Something is wrong! Does your temperature gauge show that it is overheating? Is the oil presure where it should be? Check your fluids.
A diaphragm air gauge.
Check to make sure that the temperature sensor is good. A bad sensor is commonly the cause of the temperature gauge not working.
There could be a glitch on the computer in the vehicle. There could also be a ground in the wiring harness that goes to the gauge lights.
If you call your local GM dealer with the VIN off of the truck they will check for any open recalls.
Definitely! I had this problem diagnosed and found that the gas gauge is fine, but the internal float sticks and this is a common problem. Obviously the "Check Engine Soon" comes on because of this and the gas gauge is almost always incorrect.
No The dash with gages will not work due to the engine sensors are different from gages to lights. I have changed 4 of my Chevrolet Celebrities from idiot lights to gages. The gage cluster is a direct fit, the voltage gage will work with no alteration. The temp sensor is readily changeable by purchasing the proper sensor for your car. The fuel gages are the same.
Check the sending unit between the left first 2 spark plugs. Ground the wire with key on (gauge should peg full hot). If it does change the sending unit.
Hopefully (for you) just a bad oil pressure sending unit Install a manual gauge to actually check the vehicle's oil pressure
Buy a new Speedometer cluster. The external Temp gauge is extremely rare
Need to check fuel pressure with a gauge Check the exhaust converter, and exhaust and make sure its not restricked. Engine vaccume should be 18-21 inches of vaccume. check it with a gauge. need to know what year it is.
were is the fuse for speed gauge
The fuel gauge on a 1985 Chevy Silverado will read full all the time if the sending unit is defective or the wire has come loose. When the tank is full, the sending unit normally shuts off which cause the gauge to read full.
Probably a worn out engine.
check the plug at the tank to see if its conected good
What year is your car? Did you mean the CHECK ENGINE light? The battery gauge?
Your fuel is low. Its telling you to check your gas gauge...
It means a trouble code has come up in the computer. You can have the codes read at Autozone for free. They usually wont clear them though. Good luck. Answer: It also means for you to check your gages because your fuel is running low and you need to fill the gas tank before you run out of gas.
are you sure it's bad, what is the volts showing on your gauge? if you do not have a good charge on the battery it takes a long time to recharge. Autozone will check it for free and tell you what you need to know.
Check gauge? Never heard of a check gauge light. If you are referring to the check engine light it is on because there is a problem with the emissions system. You need to have the ECU scanned by a professional.
Probably the "gauge" fuse is blown. The dash lights are a completely separate circuit.
The gauge check light is just a reminder to check your gauges.Probably your fuel gauge is below a set point.Just put gas in it and it will go off. Rember..its not the check engine light...
gage is easy just take the srews out holding the panel around the gages on then the screws holding the plastic cover over the gages and the screws holding the gas gage and pulls right out check the color or code on the back to get the same one. Sending unit is in the tank drop the tank and 2 or so bolts and pulls right out. Round thing on the top with lines and wires is the sending unit