What Does Your Car’s “Check Engine” Light Mean?
The “check engine” light is one of the most dreaded automotive indicator lights, but it shouldn’t be. That’s because the “check engine” light automatically comes on whenever the vehicle’s on-board diagnostic (OBD) computer detects trouble with the emissions control system. Some of the most common causes of a “check engine” light include faulty fuel mix, poor electrical circuits, failing sensors, and even a loose gas cap.
If your car’s “check engine” light is on, come to Murray’s Auto Clinic. We are your emissions repair specialist in Silver Spring, MD. We use state-of-the-art equipment to pinpoint the cause of your vehicle’s illuminated “check engine” light. Call us at 301-585-7557 to learn more about our emissions repair services.