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Why is my engine temperature light flashing?

Why is my engine temperature light flashing?

If your car’s water temperature light starts flashing it means the engine is overheating. Some car models have a flashing water temperature light while others have a steady light.

What to do if your car temperature gauge is not working?

If your car computer acts as an interface between the sending unit and temperature gauge or warning light, turn the ignition switch off when disconnecting wires from the sending unit, warning light, or temperature gauge. You need to do this to prevent induced-voltage damage to the computer. Consult your vehicle repair manual. 6.

Why is my thermostat reading up and down?

A contaminated coolant system will cause inconsistent readings and requires a full bleed of the system to repair. If you have air or something else in the lines, your gauge will probably be reading up and down as it passes through or stay cold if air bubbles get stuck on the sensor itself. A broken thermostat will throw your temperature gauge off.

What happens to the temperature gauge when the engine warms up?

The gauge’s indicator shows this by remaining at the low end of the reading range. As engine coolant warms up, the sending unit’s resistance decreases accordingly, and the gauge’s indicator begins to rise. It’ll remain at around the middle of the reading scale, if the engine stays at operating temperature.

Why does the temperature light on my Refrigerator keep blinking?

It could also be because a door has been left open. Any other blinking lights may require a power cycle to correct the issue. It takes up to 4 hours after the refrigerator is plugged in for it to cool to normal temperatures.

Why does my hold mode light keep blinking?

Chevy vehicle transmissions are usually controlled by the air intake and that is what needs cleaning. Try it and see what happens If the HOLD mode light flashes indicates a malfunction in the automatic transmission. Take the car to the Chevrolet Dealership.

Why is the hold button blinking on my Chevy Aveo?

I have a 2009 Chevy Aveo. The hold light has come on two times since I have owned the vehicle. The first time at about 37,000 (just out of warranty)the vehicle started running very poorly. the check engine light came on as well as the hold light blinking. At first I thought it was a transmission problem, It was NOT.

Why does the Check Engine light go out?

The check engine light was due to the ignition coil pack being bad (cylinder 3) All four need to be replaced at once. After replacing the coil pack (now costs about $100 at the dealership)and plugs the check engine light went out and the hold light went out. This was an extremely easy repair.

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Ruth Doyle