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Why does your check engine light blink?

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A flashing check engine light is usually an indication of a misfire.

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A flashing engine light is usually a misfire.


If the check engine light is blinking , an engine cylinder misfire has been detected


With a scan tool, or try turning key on, off, on, off, on and counting the blinks of the check engine light. blink, blink, blink, pause, blink would be 31.


Probably because you need to check the engine.


On some if you turn key on, off, on, off, on. The check engine light may start to flash the code. blink, blink, bink, pause blink would be 31.



Check to see if your gas cap is tight.


check your fluids my camaros light was on and i ignored it i blew my engine


A blinking Check Engine light indicates a serious problem with the emissions system. Have this repaired immediately.


It is indicating that there is a fault with the engine of the car. You need to take it to a garage for repair/service.


If your check engine light is blinking , that means a cylinder misfire has been detected


That is the check engine light. It blinks under a severe misfire.


first you nee to check and see if your car is referred to as OBDI or OBDII if its ODBI then you start with the car off.. turn the key to run but do not start the engine.. at this point you have less that 5 seconds to push the gas pedall all the way to the floor and press the overdrive button five times... then the check engine light will stay on.. and then blink... next its going to blink out the code for you for ex. blink-pause-blink blink-pause blink blink blink-pause blink n that would mean the problem code is 1231 just Google BMW problem codes and use that dcode to find out what the issue is..


because you have an engine misfire.most likely the DI cassette is faulty. (Ignition)


My 02 liberty check engine light has blinked in the past. It was because my battery needed to be replaced. Count the number of times it blinks and search for that blink pattern online for better information.



If your check engine light is flashing when the engine is running that means that an engine cylinder misfire has been detected ( if you are going to drive it in for repair avoid any rapid acceleration / braking , you can damage the catalytic converter )


The check engine light comes on for numerous faults found by the computer. You will have to have the code pulled to find out why it is flashing. Most auto parts stores will do this at no cost.


A flashing check engine light indicates that you have problem that will damage the catalytic converter. You should have the check engine light checked very quick/tomorrow,if not sooner. converters cost over $800.00. A flashing check engine light indicates that you have problem that will damage the catalytic converter. You should have the check engine light checked very quick/tomorrow,if not sooner. converters cost over $800.00.


That is the check engine light.That is the check engine light.


If your check engine light is blinking with the engine running that means an engine cylinder misfire has been detected ( you can drive it in for repair , just avoid any rapid acceleration or deceleration , you can damage the catalytic converter )


My check engine light has been on for one month but last night my check trans light flashed off and on about 3miles till I was home. Why and what do I need to do? I have a 2000 Isuzu rodeo.


If the check engine light is blinking , that means an engine cylinder misfire has been detected . You can drive it in for repair , just avoid any rapid acceleration or deceleration because you can damage the catalytic converter


No, oil level does not cause the check engine light.


The service engine light is the same thing as a check engine light.



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