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Check Engine light

Check Engine light

Check Engine Light

There are many reasons why your engine light could illuminate. It could be a simple fix or something more complicated which could cause more problems to your engine and other parts of your vehicle down the road. As a rule of thumb, you should have your vehicle looked at by our factory trained and  ASE Certified Technicians as quickly as possible once your engine light illuminated. You do not want to end up on the side of the road needing a tow because you ignored that dreaded engine light.

What is the Purpose of My Car’s Check Engine Light?

Your engine light comes on as a warning that your vehicle needs attention. The engine light electronically communicates with many parts of your car including sensors, the exhaust system, emissions, engine, fuel system, and many more.

Is It Ok to Drive With My Check Engine Light On?

We never recommend driving more than you have to with your check engine light illuminated. As it is a warning light, it could mean a part of your essential vehicle systems has failed or is about to fail. You could cause more damage, causing higher repair costs, if you continue to drive your vehicle with this light illuminated. Our state of the art equipment can quickly determine why this pesky light has illuminated your dashboard.

Why Is My Engine Light On?

Since the engine light is connected to most of your vehicle’s systems, it is difficult to determine exactly what has caused it to turn on without proper diagnostic equipment and training. A few more common issues are:

  • Damaged or loose hoses
  • Faulty fuel system
  • A loose gas cap
  • Failing oxygen sensors or Evap emission system
  • Worn spark plugs and or failed ignition components
Our factory trained and ASE Certified Technicians Can Diagnose Your Check Engine Light

We offer an easy solution to determining why your engine light is on. Our state of the art equipment can quickly and efficiently diagnose your vehicle and its check engine light system. It provides us with the diagnostic fault codes required to follow service procedures and make the necessary repairs or services to your vehicle. Our Milpitas ASE Certified Technicians will get you back on the road quickly and affordably.