I have a 2000 Eddie and just had the same problem, it ended up that the thermostat was sticking and the radiator had some build up in it. That in turn led to the water pump going down and stated leaking. First thing I would do is check the thermostat and hope that the reason because it's only a $10 fix. If that's not the problem I would flush the radiator and lastly, look at the water pump if the other two didn't work. I just shelled out $891 to have all this replaced.
It means one of the gauges is out of normal range. Check the gauges while it is running and you will probably find the vehicle is not charging, overheating or has low oil pressure.
i had the exact same problem with our 91 voyager, i cleaned the battery terminals and the problem went away immediately
You need gauges to properly charge it.
probally have to get new guages.
To properly recharge it you have to have a refrigerant recovery system and gauges.
It means to check the gauges because at least one of them is out of its normal range.
Bad ground somewhere
Oil Pressure Engine Temperature Fuel level Battery voltage
cause he is stupid
Either your engine temperature is too high , your oil pressure is too low , or your gas gauge is at or near empty
C. Temperature and Sanitizer Gauges
Check the gauges. One or more of the gauges must be out of normal range to trip the "check gauges" light.
The check gauges light means that one of the gauges is out of the safe range.
yes he does wear gauges
nope, no gauges
* Check gage Illuminates when the engine coolant temperature is high, the engine oilpressure is low or the fuel gauge is at or near empty.
it coulld have a blown fuse wich operates the instrument cluster