Today, most cars are controlled by computers. The fuel injectors, the spark plugs, the steering system and more are all told when to fire and when to move by an on-board computer system. If something’s going wrong with your car or engine, your on-board computer can tell you about it. If the computer senses something is wrong with one of your car’s systems, it will turn on a dashboard light, like “ABS Brakes” or something less specific, like “Check Engine.”
The Check Engine Light is On
Some people try to disregard their Check Engine light. And some have even gone as far as disabling it and that could be a costly move. The best thing to do when your check engine light appears is to bring your vehicle in to a Driver’s Edge location for a professional ASE Certified diagnostic service.
Driver’s Edge has the latest automotive diagnostic equipment to identify what part of your engine or vehicle needs service. Often, it has something to do with increased emissions. Once we determine what the problem is we’ll carefully review with you what (if any) work needs to be done and exactly how much it will cost. With Driver’s Edge, there are never any unpleasant surprises. We do our best to keep you informed every step of the way.