If your check engine light is on you need to have the computer checked for codes. This is a simple process and most shops will do this for a very low fee (does not have to be a dealership or "high-end" shop).
Once you have the codes post them here for more help. This kind of sounds like a crankshaft sensor starting to go, but of course, there could be other reasons. (I need the code so that you wont waste money buying parts that may be unnecessary).
Wednesday, April 15th, 2015 AT 7:49 AM