Most check engine light issues indicate a problem that will affect the fuel economy and reliability of the car, forcing you to spend more money in the long run if the issue is left alone. Even if you decide not to repair your car immediately in our shop, you'll at least have a better idea of what kind of time and money it'll take to get your vehicle up and running again. When you bring in your vehicle for a check engine light diagnosis, you can expect the fastest, friendliest, and most straightforward service in Raleigh. It's our goal to make your experience the best it can be, and we do that by making sure you're fully informed every step of the way when it comes to the work and inspections you're performing on your vehicle.
It's easy to put off a check engine light inspection and diagnosis, but you're decreasing the working life of your car and costing yourself money while doing so. Stay informed about the state of your vehicle and figure out the best way to restore your car to top working condition by bringing it in to our shop as soon as you see the check engine light turn on - we'll gladly help diagnose the issue and suggest possible repairs and fixes, and we'll do so with an eye on efficiency and on your budget. Give us a call today at 919.876.2943 or stop by the shop to schedule a check engine light diagnostic with some of the fastest, friendliest, and most reliable automotive technicians in the Raleigh area. We're looking forward to helping you figure out how to get the most out of your vehicle's lifespan and to developing our working relationship with you - feel free to stop by today!
Your Check Engine light doesn't just come on by accident - it's an indication of a failure that is causing excessive tailpipe emissions and in most cases an issue that could result in damage to your engine or transmission. Common causes of the check engine light's appearance include:
- Oxygen sensor malfunctions
- Loose, damaged, or missing gas cap
- Catalytic converter malfunctioning
- Mass airflow sensor needs replacing
- Worn, contaminated or failed spark plugs
- Transmission Related Issues.
- Worn and Failed Internal Engine Components
There's typically over 500 different reasons your check engine light may come on. We recommend that you have your vehicle diagnosed as soon as possible in order to prevent further damage. We would love to be able to fix all of your issues immediately, however, we know that not all check engine light repairs are inexpensive or urgent. Our customers take comfort in knowing we can handle the critical needs of your vehicle as well as inform you of issues that can be put off until you're in the best position to make the repairs.
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