It could be the IAC (Idle Air Control) valve which is located near the back of the motor by the intake mainfold of the 94-01 Integra. Check it to see if it needs cleaning or replacement. Check out the distributor. I bought a 99 GS-R a few months ago and noticed the rpms jumping. The car was running quick until this problem happened. I wasnt sure what it was so i took it too a local motorsports shop and they told me the the distributor was hanging half way out of the head and that the ears were fried on it. I guess the motor wasnt getting the proper amount of spark because of the bad distributor.
If it's just the gauge jumping and there is no actual increase in RPM, then the gauge or the pickup is faulty. If the RPM is actually climbing as you drive, your transmission could be gearing down or your transmission is slipping under load, automatic or standard.
Transmission problem. Seek professional help.
It means you have a problem and you should contact a doctor or think back what you ate (maybe you ate something bad or something your allergic to without noticing)
hi . i also own a 1998 Pontiac trans sport i was having the same overheating problem. try replaceing the thermostat first .or like me replace the lower intake gASKET MINE WAS BAD!! IF YOU HAVE NO heat in the van and the temp gauge in the van keeps jumping up and down that's what it is
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If your ghost fish keeps jumping out of thee tank, it might be because it is in a tank with territorial fish that does not want it in the tank and keep forcing it out. It does not feel comfortable there so it jumps out.
Your fuel is low. Its telling you to check your gas gauge...
there is a short somewhere in dash or heater, you need to fix that to stop fuses blowing
An automobile temperature gauge can fluctuate when the thermostat is opening and closing erratically. The temperature gauge can also fluctuate when the ground wire is loose.
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Temperature gauge reads signals off the coolant temperature sensor. It can also point to a faulty thermostat. If your car runs rough in cold, idles rough and uses up more fuel then coolant temperature sensor is your problem. They are normaly a cheap and easy diy to do.
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Circuit overloaded, short in wiring, or the fuse you are using is not the OEM correct fuse.
there is probabley a problem with it then or your internet connection
If your computer keeps restarting itself, a problem could be that you have installed improper drivers. Make sure you always update the drivers you have installed in your computer.
check your oil pressure.... that's what that light is for. if oil pressure checks out the replace sensor
the car is a 1990 deville
check the antifreeze sensor as it could of been damage. or there could be some sort of air in betweenthe antifreeze hoese
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Could be low on coolant or a sticky thermostat.
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