The check engine light usually means that the computer has stored a problem code. Use a code reader to find out what's wrong with the engine. This means there is a problem that has been detected and needs to be fixed. If you are in the states, you can take it to Autozone for free testing. They can pull the codes that are causing that check engine light to illuminate and tell you what they mean (for free). This should help you with future troubleshooting.
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Have it checked for codes. Then you can diagnose it from there.
This light has to be reset by the person doing the oil change. It is not automatic when the oil is changed.
both the engine and distribitor rotate clockwise
Need to know what year, what make and what engine.
No, the engine doesn't have to be pulled to change the water pump.
NO, the timing change is designed to last the life of the engine. It is normally changed when the engine is overhauled. Not other maintenance is required.
It should last the life of the engine and not need changed.It should last the life of the engine and not need changed.
It is designed to last the life of the engine and is normally changed when the engine is overhauled.
1990 Mazda 323:The check engine light intermittently flashes a series of long and short intervals. A long flash is followed by 5 short flashes. Then another long flash is followed by 7 short flashes, a pause, and 9 more short flashes. How should I interpret this code?
There is a warning light which flashes when the engine begins to overheat.
The 1995 Chevrolet Geo flashing amber engine light is an indication that the engine needs to be checked soon. A red flashing engine light is an indication the engine needs to be checked immediately.
No, they are not. If you ask for an oil change they will change the engine oil & filter. They will not change the transmission fluid unless you ask for it.
Cycle the ignition on/off/on/off/on and count the flashes of the check engine light. A pattern of two flashes, pause, two flashes would be a code 22.
he changed the society by it made life easier
The engine is not hitting on all cylinders or the distributor (electronic or manual) needs adjustment.
No the engine is not ruined. It needs a new head gasket and an oil change after the gasket been changed.
Have vehicle scanned to determine the problem
Its a non interferance engine and they rarely need to be changed
no unless you change the size of the rods
its most likely the air by pass valves and some coils that need to be changed.
There is a problem with the emissions system. Need to have engine scaned with a engine scanner, and it will tell you were the problem is and whats going on.
take it to the autozone they check the engine light for free
An engine misfire has been detected