Posted by Brouhard Ambroise on Saturday, 14 September, 2019 17:24:40
The check engine light and flashing cruise control light came on, I disconnected the battery at other's suggestions, it came back on about 3 days later, I tried the gas cap trick, replaced the air filter and about every other thing that I have read online.
But if the check engine light is flashing, you need to take care of this right away. That flashing light is warning you that the catalytic converter is being damaged. Your injectors are working
I concur with the diagnoses of this problem being ignition-related. An engine needs three things to run: fuel, air, and spark. If it's shaking, it's likely that the sparks are not happening or happening at the wrong time or intermittently. I think
If this was indeed the trigger, your check engine light should go off within 10 or 20 miles once you're back on the road. 2. A certified mechanic should be able to diagnose the problem easily. Technology is on its way to helping us figure out what's gone wrong when the check engine light comes on.
The first thing you should do if the check engine light is flashing or is constant on your dashboard is to read the trouble code memory. When the engine light is showing up, and the engine control unit recognizes a problem with the engine, the engine control unit will store a trouble code in the memory.
Your Check Engine Light may be indicating a simple problem that's easy to fix—such as a loose gas cap that needs to be replaced. It could also be a warning of a serious problem that could damage your engine components. Your Check Engine Light blinks or glows depending on what's wrong with your vehicle.