The check engine light may indicate that there is something seriously wrong with your engine.
Modern vehicles come equipped with an onboard computer diagnostic system (OBDII) that monitors your vehicle’s operations. The OBD II system monitors emissions control systems. That means the monitors can detect anything from a loose fuel cap to a clogged catalytic converter. An illuminated check engine light means that the driver should have the vehicle checked as soon as possible; a flashing check engine light means that the driver should park and shut off the vehicle immediately – before serious engine or emissions system damage occurs.
With over 30 years of experience, D.R.I.V.E. Automotive has the expertise to decipher check engine light codes, resolve the required maintenance or repair issues, and get your car on the road safely – without the worries of an illuminated “check engine light.”