I had a Ford Probe w/ the same problem. never was able to find the problem. Eventually i lost interest in the car and sold it. however if this is not an option i would invest in a volt meter and start probing the car for potential answers. If you are savy enough first, purchase an aftermarket manual for your vehicle, then analyze your codes. I've found that going to a local garage is somewhat useful. It's usally best to find one that you've been to a couple of times usally because they're familar w/ your vehicle. If this is not an option and they keep taking money and not giving answers, i would then go to a dealer. once again, these people know your car better than anyone else. Ok, now to me it sounds like some kind of phantom electrical gremlin. if the codes you're getting from your vehicle are somewhat cryptic and not giving any straight forward answers i would look at the systems that are related to your problem area. I've found that because one sensor throws a code something else could potentially be the problem. try to narrow it down to the best of your ability. Usually a check engine light means something in the emmisions. A common culprit is the O2 sensor. They're easy to replace and common inexpensive usually under 100 bucks if you do it yourself. hope this helps
Coming is the correct spelling.
Are your children coming home? is grammatically correct.
It appears that both of your options are exactly the same, so either (or both!) are correct.
she is coming with us
The correct spelling is coming.An example sentence is "are you coming over this weekend?"
Coming is the correct spelling of the word.Some example sentences using this word are:We are coming to the party.He could see the plane coming towards him.Hello beloved in-laws, thank you for coming over. What time are you leaving?
This afternoon you are coming to the Laboratory.
Yes, it is a complete, correct sentence.
No. r is spelled are and the word order should be: When are you coming?
No, I prefer: "I am coming to the laboratory this afternoon."
HI! Well yesterday I did my grammar class so I should know! "Everyone is coming" is the correct answer! you would not say, "Everyone I invited are coming" say it over in your head, it doesn't sound right!
Yes, it is correct.Example:"Here is John coming up the field."
That is a correct sentence.
It depends on the sentence: You will be coming to the lab in the afternoon! Are you coming to the lab in the afternoon? This afternoon, you will be coming the the lab, won't you?
No, as written it is incorrect. The correct version would be: When are you coming to get me? The word coming only has one m, not two. Other ways you could ask or write this include:When will you pick me upWhen are you picking me up
Because the transmission is in limp mode, and needs servicing ASAP or is broken and needs replacing.
No, "she is finally come" is not grammatically correct.You can say:She is finally comingShe has finally come
They seem to be, yes.
Resetting the ECM without fixing the reason why the check engine light came on will only lead to the check engine light coming back on soon.