All 3 lights trac off, service engine soon and abs came on. Just about all of have. It's also very easy to change out in case a bulb blows. I just got back from my dealer today they knew right off what it was though they chose to say it was bad wiring instead of bad bearing. I just took out my foglight bulbs, and then it seemed they came on right after. Not this month any way. I will update if it re-appears.
Until I took it down the road. Dont u guyz think this thing should be a recall?? I replace the sensor about 2wice a year. I want to disable that beep beep sound when you lock or unlock the vehicle with the remote. Have you run up on any curbs lately or run over any objects or people? It remains on throughout the day. Now, the only flashing red light that continues is the tiny pair on the nav radio. Thanks and sorry the post was so long.
As far as driving your car its ok to drive till you can get it in. Also, bnaylor, thanks for the help. It's fairly easy to replace the wheel hub assembly yourself. I am sorry to have confused the issue. Remember to reset the oil life system whenever the oil is changed. I also noticed that my running lights dont come on however they did.
Usually until I have to use reverse again. I replaced mine twice before I ended up just saying screw it and wrapped the connection to the housing with electrical tape. I don't know much about cars, but I understand that the fuel system is pressurized, and when your cap isn't on correctly, your car's computer recognizes that there is something wrong with the system pressure, which turns on the light. If you have service engine light on, trac. I guess I'll try a new bulb and go from there.
I have done that several times and that hasn't had any effect on my problem. At first I thought it would go away but i started hearing a hummng sound. They should light up any time your car is started and the e-brake is not pulled. How can I get the horn to work? Maybe by the headlight area somewhere on the inside by the fendor? I had a 2008 focus that had the parking lights flash when you lock and unlock the car with the key fob just wondering if the windstar does the same and if so how do you enable it as if you push the lock button 2 times the horn beeps and that is the only time i know the van recognizes the lock command i know that dodge's you push the lock button for 4 seconds but not more that 10 seconds then push the panic button but i didn't see anything in the manual unless i totally missed it. Turn your headlights on, and check the hi and lo beams. I m a student and I really cant afford it.
Put everything back together, and I still have the lights on. Might not be the accepted way of fixing it, but it works for me. There is a light sensor under the defrost grill on top of the dash. It is also common for this issue to have this problem more than once in the lifetime of the car. My headlights worked fine, but I did see a slight problem. The wiring runs along the lower control arm to the hub.
Service Vehicle Soon light comes on as soon as car moves. I don't know if this would throw the light or not. In my case, the Service Engine light was still on after I replaced an arcing coil pack cover. The second I put it back on correctly, the light went out in a matter of 5 minutes. Thanks for the help guys. What may be causing this? I disconnected the battery to clean the terminals and now the lights won't flash when I lock the doors with the remote.
Just did the driver's side last weekend. And just today it was on the whole time I was driving, I was going 50 mph when someone cut me off and I had to slam on my breaks and it caused me to do a complete 180. The paint is also peeling, plus the buttons on the radio are also loosing their paint? Someone said something about oiling up the door latches. I used compressed air to try and force all the moisture out and then let it dry for 15 minutes. I then hear a click over by the light switch es but have had the vehicle checked by two different garages and they can't figure it out either. Hi there I have a similar problem too. You may have noticed a hum while driving over 35 that changes when you rock the steering back and forth.