The passenger airbags turn on and off during driving. Any dealer of your brand of vehicle has code readers for these lights and could tell you what sensor is faulty. Since the speedometer does not read correctly, I feel it is a safety concern and should be a covered repair under a recall. Is your dashboard trying to tell you something? The failure recurred on numerous occasions. So they must be ran seperately its not hard to do and its fun… On the Impala the flasher is located behind the dashboard, just to the right of the steering wheel. Something to think about, huh. Normal thermostats are either 185 or 195, but in either case once the car gets up to operating temperature it shouldn't vary.
The oil filter seal blew out. The vehicles have many buried modules, cable runs, and conectors and getting to them is next to impossible. No one thing that makes it come on. Dashboard lights to illuminate the speedometer and gas, the face plate to the radio, etc, when it's dark enough outside and the lights come on instead of the driving light, everything goes dark. You have to remove the dashboard to get to it. If the problem is not corrected, the light will come on at every ignition cycle. Not surprisingly, the wires connected to them are also important, as they deliver the spark from the ignition coil.
Incidents occur seemingly only when a passenger is present, when passenger airbag is turned on. The vehicle was not towed. Driving on underinflated tires is unsafe and can lead to a blowout. Started jumping around for a min until it finally stuck. Some young service person had fun in my car.
Select your Chevrolet below to see all lights on the dashboard and see exactly what they mean. I then hit a deer 2 years ago and the electrical worked great for a year and now it has gone out again, along with the power to the driver's window and side mirror. Update from Feb 20, 2012 : Fixed. This is generally the most common reason the light will begin to invade your line of sight. Engine Size : 3400 Question: overheating. The multi function switch would have to be replaced the repair the electrical failure with the exterior lighting and windows. Your Low Fuel Warning Light is a good example of this category.
Every once in awhile the radio starts playing for a short time- two to twenty minutes. Could be driving vehicle and it will come on. If not, take a look at the oil pressure switch. Sometimes at 0mph the gauge will be stuck at prior speed. The contact also noticed the multifuntion window switch would not operate any of the windows when the exterior lighting was not operating. If this is the case, you might lose more fuel than usual through evaporation. It could also be a malfunctioning cercuit… A smeel of burning oil can be two ways- A leak that runs down the engine and heated up - Cooking the residue off- clean the engine -could be some small amounts of smoke like a light fog around compartment and engine at stop, The other smell of oil can come from burning internally - you would have white to blue smoke out of tail pipe- you've seen trucks and some busses do this….
Speedometer works intermittently and temp gauge stopped working all together. Warning light will clear once engine shuts off. Temperature gage indicates randomly between minimum of 140 and maximum of 260 degrees. If you do have a tap in the engine, you may want to have the oil pump checked for output pressure. I had but have since sold a 2017 Chevrolet Impala that my husband was driving on July 4, 2018 when a warning light and sound on the dashboard indicated there was an issue with the air bag system. Whatever is causing this light to come on, we recommend getting it checked out.
The vehicle was not repaired. Car has 50800 miles on it is four years old and may require repairs 400-2k depending on which part is failure. Also sometimes a separate intermittent problem is the turn signals will not operate unless the flasher signal is turned on a couple of times too. Speedometer sticks and indicates 65 mph when vehicle is stopped. No sign ever of hose, radiator, water, lowered reservoir, or computer messages as per manual.
Or it could be some fluids spilt on the engine while it was running. The vehicle was taken to a dealer but the failure was unable to be diagnosed. I do not know what the problem is. Pull the dip stick and check where the oil level is. It seals the fuel tank and helps maintain the pressure in the tank, and prevents fumes from being released into the air.
They were stacked with sandbags lined with barbed wire and litterd with dead bodies. I tried that 3 times with no luck. The torque converter uses transmission fluid at lower speeds to transfer motion from the part of the transmission connected to the engine to the parts of the transmission connected to the drive shafts. Sometimes it will come on at start up. The last thing I am going to do is subject it to a dealearship. In any case, bring your car in for servicing immediately if you see this light come on and stay on.