What Does Your Check Engine Light Mean?
Just like your fuel warning light comes on to let you know that your car needs more fuel, your check engine light comes on when a certain action is required. The action that is needed may not always be the same, so you should come to our knowledgeable mechanics to determine what the problem is. Some of the most common possibilities for this light coming on include:
|• Oxygen Sensor Needs to Be Replaced
• Gas Cap Is Loose or Faulty
• Catalytic Convertor Needs to Be Replaced
|• Mass Airflow Needs to Be Replaced
• Spark Plugs and Wires Need to Be Replaced
If the light is steady, it is not an emergency. If the light is blinking, your car has a problem that needs to be fixed right away. Whether it is an emergency or not, you should still come by for engine tune-ups to make sure that your car is safe to drive.
Contact us to hear the purr of your engine once we bring it back to life with our effective engine repair. We are proud to serve residents in San Antonio, Castle Hills, Leon Valley, Olmos Park, and Hill Country Village, Texas.
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