Saturday, November 8, 2008

You have got to be kidding me

See that? It's the check engine light. Again.
(I think I'll blame Michelle for this, since she asked how my car was doing in the
wee hours of the morning Wednesday and this happened later that afternoon.)

8 comments:

volksbloggin said...

yup, it's all my fault.

Kat Gautreaux said...

Generally in a Honda that particular signal comes on when the pressure from the fuel tank is low. Check your manual. Check your gas cap. Make sure it clicks three times. Then give it three days for the pressure to build back up again.
Should fix it.
Good luck!

Tammy said...

Thanks for the tip! I wish that was the problem. It needs a new transmission - which costs more than what I owe on the car. Good times.

Kat Gautreaux said...

That is not so good. That's when it's time to get a new car. Convertibles are nice!

Ernesto said...

ditch the car. buy a bike instead.

Tammy said...

Great idea! Next time a plane crashes 100 miles outside of town and I'm covering it, I'll just pedal really fast. In the snow.

Kat Gautreaux said...

Motorcycle. You would look so cool! You could arrive at the scene in cool Vanson leathers, whip off your helmet, shake out your hair, and then ask them grueling questions. It'd be pretty sweet!

Suzuki SV650S. That's the bike for you!

Sarah said...

Go for a scooter. Vespas are totally sweet.

Sorry to hear about your car woes.