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  • When the Check Engine Light comes on, a diagnostic trouble code (DTC) is recorded in the powertrain control module (PCM) memory that corresponds to the .

    Ask a question about Holden Cruze JG () in Hatchbacks (page 5). When the engine light comes on means the car needs attention by a trained.

    It's fairly common to see your check engine light come on when you're driving. If this hasn't happened to you, you've surely heard a friend or family member.

    Holden cruze engine light

    Holden cruze engine light

    Add air to your tires Properly inflated tires is the easiest way to improve fuel economy. Has anyone had the same problem? But we knew what you meant. You wouldn't think a fuel cap would be that important, but it is.

    Holden cruze engine light

    Holden cruze engine light

    Holden cruze engine light

    Holden cruze engine light

    Holden cruze engine light

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    A few days after, it disappears. And a few day after, the light is on again. What the hell is the problem? You guy have any ideas? Anyway, the check engine light could be anything, from a faulty sensor or something more serious. If not buy a cheap code reader off ebay, as a Cruze owner it will get plenty of use. Otherwise it is impossible to determine why. Same with your car. In order to ask your car why it is asking for help you need the correct diag tools as specified above.

    As others have said a OBD-II reader might give you some insight but taking it to a mechanic is the easiest option. Find out the code and net search it for the problem- http: People who don't take care of thier car come here when the CEL comes on. Expecting a free internet fix. Your MAF sensor is either filthy and not recognising the air going in which causes the system to run lean fuel trims, or their is a substantial vacuum leak after the sensor. The cruze and the captiva, i recon they holden had a uni student open day, and let them design the next holden.

    Holden cruze engine light

    I checked MAF sensor back in the day. I found the sensor was not covered with even a dirt. But i will check one more. And then i will check a air filter. So i will check if they are assembled correctly. Most of the tike, with a reading as low as urs, its actually a broken sensor that still conducts electricity. I think that MAP reading is well within spec for idle. Since you're so bent-up on the MAF sensor being at fault, how about you explain why you came to this conclusion? Why would the MAF value being slightly skewed cause a poor idle?

    No, I wouldn't be happy with 17 inHg. Why does everyone on this forum get upset. Im seeing the rate of 1. And im not sure this is operating at the right mix, I spend a large portion of my working day helping other techs with driveability problems so I don't have time for egos.

    Holden cruze engine light

    I saw you as being slightly inflexible and stuck on the MAF sensor so I asked for an explanation of why you were staying with that. Tell me, what would an intake manifold vacuum leak do to the volume of air passing through the MAF?

    Would it pass less air if there was pirate air getting into the intake system? What would that do to the MAF value? I think an air leak would lean it out, resulting in drop in rpm, and the IAC would respond accordingly resulting in the actual MAF staying roughly the same?

    This lean situation would be picked up by O2 sensor and fuel would be added. Is there a flaw in that thinking? Clearly, no fool though. You saw the value in the recorded data and you understand fuel control and closed-loop operation. This is where it gets complicated and can confuse.

    Holden cruze engine light

    There are variables that change the results. On a vehicle with only a MAP sensor called speed density , a vacuum leak will cause a rich mixture. On most MAF only systems, a vacuum leak will cause a lean mixture. That is determined by how the software engineer wrote the fueling strategies and differs between makes and models. On a hot-wire MAF sensor the ECU is applying a steady voltage to the element to maintain a temperature at the element and as air passes the element it cools, the ECU applies more current to maintain the same temperature.

    The ECU determines the air volume across the element by the amount of current required to maintain that temperature. But this same fault can have a reverse effect at higher air flow rates.

    FIXED - Chevy Cruze Check Engine Light After Cold Air Intake Install



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