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Suppose you are driving in your vehicle, and suddenly a yellow light pops up in your dashboard, looking like the outline of a car’s engine. This indicator is telling you to check up your engine, as something may be wrong with your car. In this situation, it is best to call your local TIRECRAFT for service.
The check engine light, also known as the malfunction indicator lamp on the dashboard, is a warning or signal that the onboard diagnostics system has detected a malfunction in the vehicle’s emissions, ignition, fuel, or exhaust systems. Check engine lights come in orange, yellow, or amber, depending on the vehicle’s manufacturer.
If the light begins flashing, it indicates a more serious problem, such as a misfire or other serious issue that requires repair and should be dealt with quickly.
If the engine light is illuminated but isn’t flashing, before rushing to any mechanic, first tighten the gas cap yourself as a loose gas cap can trigger a check engine warning.
The check engine light comes on for countless reasons. While there is a chance of a major fault, it is sometimes likely that the problem could be something minor. Here are some of the most common reasons why your check engine light might be on-
You won’t know what to do with an engine light warning until a professional diagnoses your car. We recommend visiting your nearby TIRECRAFT and get your vehicle diagnosed and repaired by our technicians.
You can also apply some tips by yourself if the check engine light comes on. These are-
Bring your vehicle to your local TIRECRAFT shop where our technicians can run your vehicle through a code reader and do a physical inspection to determine what may be the source of your check engine light turning on. For questions or to book an appointment, call now!