If the vehicle is equipped with a trailer light plug, the wires for the brake lights and the turn signals have been connected together, which is common, as many trailers do not have separate lights for brakes and turn signals.
The computer reads signals from sensors in the vehicle. The computer then processes the signals and takes action (like adjusting the air/fuel ratio) to make the car operate properly.
I believe it is "Left Radiator Crash Sensor Not Mounted to Vehicle Properly".
Any vehicle you drive on public roads is required to have turn signals.
No, turn signals are required on the vehicle.
The turn signal relay may be the problem if the turn signals in a Ford vehicle are blinking slowly. This relay is usually part of the electronic control module located near the engine.
It depends on the vehicle but in general you would have one fuse for the signals and one fuse for the brake lights.
Only if your a Women
The PA Motor Vehicle Code, § 3334. Turning movements and required signals- says that you will use your turn signals or hand signals when you are turning or changing lanes.
You can keep ignoring that apparatus
Yes, but only if it is properly registered as a handicap vehicle.
The vehicle probably has a security system installed. Many security systems have a blinking light to deter thieves from stealing something from the vehicle or stealing the vehicle itself..
It depends on the vehicle, some will blink like that when the refrigerant level is low.
There is a problem with the SRS in your vehicle. This is not a DIY repair. Take it to a professional ASAP.
it is ok to continue driving the vehicle while the catalytic converter is not working properly?
The Green key symbol illuminating tells you that the immobilizer system has activated. Typically this indicator will come on when you first turn the ignition switch ON. It will go off if you are using a properly coded key for your vehicle. If the indicator is blinking, it does not recognize your key as the correct one for your vehicle and the vehicle's fuel system will be disabled.
you need to replace the vehicle speed sensor that should take care of bothe the speedodmeter and the blinking S3 light
If your check engine light is blinking that means an engine cylinder misfire has been detected - have the vehicle scanned for any trouble code(s) to help diagnose and then repair the problem
The purpose of the vehicle registration document is to prove that your vehicle is properly registered when proof is so requested by an officer of the law.
there are different signals used in automobile indicator- it is used while the vehicle turn left or right. revere light- it is used when the vehicle comes backward direction it is an signal for rear vehicle drivers brake light- it is used while the vehicle stops are slow down. head lamp- it is used in night times for seeing the roads clearly
Probably, the engine and or the transmission will not operate. If the vehicle has a body computer, it too will not work as it receives signals from the powertrain module usually.
What Happens is that you have just commited a crime. The law requires you to properly register the vehicle in your name within 30 days. The previous owners Insurance is Null and Void the moment he sold you the vehicle regardless of whether you registerd the vehicle or not.
The amber light blinking on a UK road means you can still cross if your quick enough. The light indicates to a driver that if the crossing is clear the vehicle can go, but if there is someone on there they have to wait until they have crossed over.
The fuel will not ignite properly.