Question about Citroen Cars & Trucks
Have read reviews and it see it may have something to do with fuse box or battery. Topped up oil, checked fuse box, lid was open which i closed but no obvious issues. Remove battery terminal to see if I could rest warnings, once connected again the battery light now appears and others now now not showing. Still wont turn over, played around with the fuse box again and now back to anti pollution and oil warnings lights appear replacing battery warning. then goes off. Seems to alternate depending on whether i play around with battery of fuse box. Will return to car tomorrow and check battery replace if needed but all other electrics etc still work fine, any other suggests? online forums suggest replacing the entire fuse box, but unsure what the root cause issue is and what needs to be fixed,.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
long shot when message says guages and the vehicle shuts down it may be going into protection mode i would check fluids on the four wheel drive units like isaid longshot hope this helps
Posted on Sep 16, 2009
Probably nothing whatsoever to do with you checking the dipstick. On the golf when the warning light flashes, you reset it by opening the bonnet. That is why you think that when you check the dipstick it resets, when in fact it was opening the bonnet. Check your bonnet switch
Posted on Mar 27, 2010
SOURCE: Check gauges light came on
sgt mac 1981, It sounds to me like the internal voltage regulator in your alternator is going bad. To check this, if you have access to a volt meter, put the black lead from the meter on the negative terminal of the battery and the red lead to the back of the alternator. Take the rubber boot off the large wire on the back of the alternator and place the lead on this wire. You can get the same result by placing it on the positive side of the battery. Take a reading when the vehicle is idling. A good alternator will put out 13.6 to 14.6 volts. Turn on the headlights, the windshield wipers and the interior blower motor on high and take another reading. Have someone step on the gas pedal and raise the RPM's to about 2000. Take another reading with RPM's raised. Take another reading as the engine goes back to idle. If any of these readings exceeds the limits for a good alternator then replace the alternator. Good luck with this.
Posted on May 26, 2011
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