This indicator is turned on when the vehicles engine computer senses a problem that it cannot resolve. For example, if one of the sensors goes bad (wears out) then it will either stop sending information and/or provide readings that are outside the range of what the computer considers normal. This indicator light can be lit because of something simple that is easily fixed for something more dramatic that could be expesive to fix. In any case, the problem needs to be fixed. To determine the Error Code that is causing the engine (check engine) light to be lit is done either through a diagnostic computer or some vehicles allow for simple code reading by shorting certain pins on the computer connector. Some auto part store will read your code for free with a small hand held unit. You can generally find out how the read the codes and what they stand for in a Chilton's or Hayne's repair manual for your vehicle at your local auto parts store. Generally, dealers will require a diagnostic fee to determine the code for you and this can cost anywhere from $50 to $100.
That is the check engine light. It blinks under a severe misfire.
That is the check engine light. See related questions below.
The yellow dashboard warning light you are seeing on your 2003 Dodge Neon is most likely the fuse warning light. You will most likely need to go to a mechanic to find out which fuse needs to be replaced.
You can drive your car with the yellow 'service engine' light on the dashboard, but it is not recommended. This light warns you of the need to have the engine serviced.
This is the engine management warning light. It is supposed to look like the outline of a car engine! If it lights it means you have a fuel injection or ignition problem (or have had a problem recently - misfiring for instance).
Your coolant level is low.
Disconnect the battery for 15 mins
This indicates the front brake pads are worn.
Engine Warning Light
probable check your diagrammatic picture of your dashboard in owners manual 1st. I think its the ECU Engine Control Unit warning U that there is a problem, U will need a mechanic to further investigate the problem there after - good luck
Depending on the year it may look like a little yellow engine, or it will say check engine, or service engine soon.
No, have it looked at by a professional.
That is the check engine light.
TPMS Tire Pressure warning
oil light on when engine off
Have it Diagnosed at a shop, then have it fixed.
yellow , looks like a battery almost/or a check engine??
engine has defaulted to limp home mode... (engine fail safe mode) get to a dealer or mechanic as soon as possible
Check engine. Could be performance or emissions related, have it looked at by your mechanic
That is a "Check transmission light"
It definately means you have bulb out...this just happened to me and my turn signal/brake light is out.
It means pull out the owners manual, and hit yourself with it until you find the answer