Most cars come with computer systems onboard to warn you if there are any issues with your car. These diagnostics systems use a universal warning light system on your dashboard to notify you or our Award Winning technicians of any issues.
A check engine light (also known as a malfunction indicator lamp) is a signal from your car’s computer system that there is an issue with your vehicle. The issue could be minor, like a loose fuel cap, or it could indicate a more serious engine issue. Whenever your check engine light comes on, or any dashboard indicators are lit, it is imperative that you get it looked at by a professional before more serious problems arise.
All cars use the same universal system with its warning lights. Dashboard indicator lights are designed to make it easier for the average driver to quickly understand any potential problems with your vehicle. Here are some warning lights that indicate that your vehicle needs to be serviced:
When it comes to your vehicle’s on-board computer diagnostics, it is important to have an expert on your side when one or more of your dashboard lights turns on. Our Award Winning technicians are well knowledgeable on all the warning lights that may turn on on your dashboard. Though we’ve been in business since 1998, we’ve stayed up-to-date with all the latest diagnostic technology. Our technology and commitment to customer service allow us to provide educational, transparent inspection results to our customers, which you can use to make informed decisions about your vehicle service and repairs.
Just a few more reasons to rely on the team at RepairTech Automotive and DIY for all your diagnostic needs:
If you are in or nearby Orlando, Kissimmee, Hunters Creek, St. Cloud, Florida, or Osceola area, don’t hesitate to schedule an appointment with RepairTech Automotive and DIY today! You can schedule an appointment with us online or give us a call at 407-348-3400.
For a full range of auto repairs in Kissimmee, FL, count on the team of professionals at RepairTech Automotive and DIY!