These days, cars are essentially four-wheeled computers. And just like their desktop counterparts, it seems like we experience a new warning light each week. Most of the time that “Check Engine” warning is just telling you to tighten your gas cap, so how do you know when you need to heed the suggestion?
The easy answer: Always.
The issue with the warning lights is that they are meant for the driver to take them to a professional to diagnose, so they may not be entirely clear to you. Because of this, we offer an affordable diagnosis so you won’t rack up a bill each time.
Here are some common warning lights you may see on your dashboard: