Check Engine Light

Getting a check engine light can refer to a minor issue or a major one. However, it is always prudent to bring the vehicle in for a diagnostic to prevent a minor issue from turning into a major one. Tip: Sometimes it can be something as minor as a loose gas cap, tightening which, can turn off the check engine light.

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  • Faulty oxygen sensor
  • Loose or damaged gas cap
  • Failing catalytic converter
  • Failing mass airflow sensor
  • Worn spark plugs

Brake Light
The brake light can be triggered from something as simple as your parking brake being engaged to more serious issues stemming from loss of brake fluids.

Oil Level
This light means your oil pressure or oil level is low. Either way, you'll want to check your oil as soon as possible

Battery Light
This light indicates that there is an issue either with your battery or vehicle's electrical system

ABS - Anti-Lock Braking System
While braking in slippery or hazardous conditions, this system prevents your vehicle from skidding out of control - by keeping your wheels from locking up.

Traction Control System
The traction control light tells you that your traction system has been activated due to slippery driving conditions

TPMS - Tire Pressure Monitoring System
If a tires pressure is down to 25% or more, your TPMS light will turn on indicating that you need more air in one of your tires.

Temperature Warning Light
Your temperature warning light lets you know if your engine is overheating which could mean your coolant level may be low.