All About Flashing check engine light & Blinking cruise control light

Check engine light flashing then stops (If flashing check engine light then stops)

If you have read this article the beginning to this point, then you should have known that when driving your car, it runs series of test on own when it notices any problem it then stores an error code in the memory.

This is when it turns on the check engine light in the first place, but that doesn’t stop there,

The car computer after turning the check light will still continue to run a series of more text to ascertain the condition of the car.

And when the check engine light stops flashing that means that it could dictate further problem.

Don’t get his wrong this could also mean worse.

Maybe severe damage has occurred of which you need to be looking out for other signs in the car.

Like sound, smooth rid, etc.

Car Shaking Check Engine Light Blinking

What Does a Blinking Check Engine Light Mean?

A blinking check engine light means that your car computer control system has encountered or discovered an issue the system on its own cannot handle or resolve.

This makes the computer to store a trouble code in the memory and then triggers the check engine light to come on.

The stored code’s main purpose is to ascertain the cause of the problem.

So to read this code and understand the problem, you will be needing a diagnostic computer or an electronic scan tool. Commonly called an OBD2 scanners

There are also numerous inexpensive code readers in the market for your DIYs.

The one I most recommend is here on Amazon

Usually, the code will only show you the issue, but you will have to meet an expert to do a complete diagnosis and repair.

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