Although check engine lights might seem like an inconvenience, engine light diagnostics can be an important measure to take for a variety of reasons. This includes saving money on pending repairs that may get worse if left unchecked.
Unless you are really confident in what your dash light is signaling, scheduling a diagnostic can save you on untimely breakdowns, costly repairs and safety issues – just to name a few.
Why You Shouldn’t Ignore Your Dash Lights
Ignoring your check engine light prompts can lead to various consequences, making doing so not advisable for several reasons. These include:
- Early Detection Can Save on Costly Repairs
- Diagnostic Information Leading to Accurate Repairs
- Could Improve Fuel Efficiency
- Warranty Considerations
- Prevents Further Damage
- Safety Concerns
- Peace of Mind
It is crucial to take the check engine light seriously and have your vehicle inspected by a qualified mechanic as soon as possible. A&B Transmissions is here to help with that!
Engine Light Diagnostics in Langley
As discussed on our Engine Light Diagnostics page..
You should not confuse the check engine light with the service light or the maintenance light as these lights have a different meaning then the check engine light. These lights refer to a regular requirement like a tune up. They will light up at a given mileage to let you know that a service is required.
To have a better understanding why the check engine light may come on it is important to know what year your vehicle was made. If you have a car or truck built before 1996 and your check engine light comes on, it could mean that there is a failure somewhere in the car/trucks electronic engine control system. If the solenoids, actuators, or electronic sensors are not working properly you are going to see the light come on.
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