In vehicles with an electronically controlled transmission, the computer will trip the "Check Engine" light when it detects a problem with the A/T. You have a transmission problem. Also, if the computer senses a serious problem with one of the main sensors, it may go into "Limp Home" mode where it uses calculated defaults instead of input from the sensors to control the engine. Check for trouble codes. On a 1999 LHS, with the car in off and in Park, turn the key on, off, on, off, and then on. Look at the odometer, the trouble codes should display there. Write them down then look them up on the net with a search engine or shop manual if you have one.
The check engine light stays on when the engine computer has detected a malfunction and set a trouble code.
A low battery can cause the electrical system to flash check engine lights
It is just like a check engine light. It comes on when the computer detects a malfunction.
Transmission jumping hard is the malfunction causing check engine light to come on,most likely its the tcc solonoid causing this or a possibility of causing this.
why do check engine light comes on
No. The check engine light comes on when the computer has detected a malfunction and set a code.
The light comes on when there is an emissions related failure and the pcm sets a code.
A line comes out of your trans,then runs into you radiator,then back to your transmission.
go to an auto parts store most will put on computer for you for free
If an engine transmission light comes on in the dashboard there can be a potential problem with the drive-train. The engine's computer should receive a diagnostic to determine if there is anything wrong with the transmission.
No, the check engine light comes on when the computer detects a malfunction and sets a code.No, the check engine light comes on when the computer detects a malfunction and sets a code.
Your transmission fluid might be low.