I would recommend to check for codes.
Input and output device failures stored in PCME memory as diagnostic trouble code numbers can be displayed on the dash mounted malfunction indicator light (MIL).
NOTE: PCME continuously checks for input device malfunctions. However, it only checks for output device malfunctions in a 3 second period after the ignition switch is turned "ON," or TEN terminal of data link connector is grounded. If there is more than one trouble code present, lowest number code is displayed first, followed by subsequent codes in numerical order.
Warm engine to operating temperature and turn ignition "OFF."
Install jumper wire between TEN and GND terminals of data link connector.
Turn ignition switch "ON."
If MIL illuminates for 3 seconds, goes off, and stays off, no codes are present.
If MIL illuminates, then starts flashing, record codes.
When all codes have been recorded, remove jumper wire.
AFTER REPAIR PROCEDURE (CLEARING PCME MEMORY)
Disconnect negative battery cable and depress brake pedal for at least 20 seconds. Reconnect battery cable.
Ensure engine is at normal operating temperature. Install jumper wire between TEN and GND terminals of data link connector.
Turn ignition switch "ON" and verify that no codes are displayed.