you havent taken the key out of the ignition.
Have vehicle scanned to see if any codes are present
Replay in lamp control module sticks closed causing lights to stay on gm posted tech service bulletin for problem.
Is there a reset button for the fuel pump somewhere and if so, where is it?
The check engine light on the 1998 Buick Park Avenue can be reset by disconnecting the battery for a few minutes and then reconnecting it. The check engine light is only going to stay off if the problem that created the light is fixed.
its missing 4 cylinders sir!
You should have the codes read to see whats wrong.
try checking your gas cap it may need replacing
There is a switch called the "twilight sentinel". That alllows you to adjust the time that the lights will stay on after you turn the engine off. Check to see if that is working properly.
Because you did not have a faulty EGR valve. You misdiagnosed the problem. Start over and remember the code only tells you what part is being effected not necessarily the defective part. This is assuming you reset the light or drove the car enough cycles for the light to reset. If not then reset the light and see if it comes back on.
On a 2004 Buick Lesabre it could be a faulty (MAP) Sensor, Manifold Absolute Pressure Sensor. The car could start, run and drive, and when you shut it off it will crank but not start up again.
The engine needs serviced? it could be multiple things maybe even your gas cap not on right take it to a auto part place and they usually can scan it for you
Coolant recover tank low or the sending unit on the tank is defective.
If you mean it stays on and does not blink then check the other turn signal bulbs on the right side front/back. If it blinks but does not turn off when you make a turn then the problem is in the steering column canceler.
Could be a problem in the steering column Could be a shorted bulb (both filaments touching) searching for ground
Problem with the anti-lock brake system. My light is also on, I don't think that it affects the braking system. It does not affect my car passing inspection so I don't worry about it. It probably needs to be turned off by a mechanic or by whom ever knows how to do it each time the brake system is worked on, if your are still concerned ask a mechanic about it, bye.
well, i guess tou could. but you should remember that things have to fit together from engine to tires. but the radiator could stay
Need to know what code(s) were set and which O2 sensor you changed in order to help you.
A bad switch, or a short in the wiring. This behavior in only one brake light would indicate the latter. Good luck
When operating properly, the cooling fan stays on until the temperature drops to normal.
Your CEL (Check Engine Lamp) Is staying on because the ECU has detected an issue with the sensors and/or engine. You will need to connect a code reader to it to see what exactly is the reason.
If the check engine light does not flash when in the diag mode, the problem is the computer. Could be as simple as a failed lamp driver but a failed computer is toast and will need to be replaced/
It's the PCV pipe.
The light should stay on whenever the key is on and the engine is off.
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