What To Do When Your Check Engine Light Comes On

As a car driver, chances are your check engine light has come on, and the best piece of advice is not to panic. It could mean anything from a quick fix to a serious engine problem. When it comes on, you should check other gauges and lights, tighten the gas cap, call roadside assistance if available, and reduce your speed. To lower the risk of a check engine service light appearing, be sure to take proper care of your engine. The next time your check engine light comes on, follow this advice to help your car recover as quickly as possible.

Check Engine Light Banner | Service First Automotive

If You Are Using A Screen Reader And Are Having Problems Using This Website, please call Spring - Louetta Rd (281) 719-5599, Champions - Louetta Rd (832) 559-5660, The Woodlands - Creekside (281) 516-7628, West Woodlands - FM 1488 (281) 789-7358, Grand Oaks - Rayford Rd (346) 831-0600, Cinco Ranch (832) 437-2287, Tomball - Spring Cypress Rd (832) 843-7645, McKinney - Virginia Pkwy (469) 545-0016, Plano - Hedgcoxe Rd (469) 543-1048, Fort Worth - Golden Triangle Blvd (682) 207-1039, Carrollton - E Hebron Pkwy (469) 986-1290, Presidio Junction - Harmon Rd (817) 864-1927, Saginaw - Basswood Blvd (817) 600-5705, Mansfield - Debbie Lane (682) 400-2762, Frisco - FM 423 (469) 430-0447, Hurst - Grapevine Hwy (682) 610-2999, San Antonio - Alamo Ranch Pkwy (210) 455-1645, San Antonio - Potranco Rd (210) 988-1330, Kingwood - Northpark Dr (346) 299-9691, Frisco - Coit Rd (469) 200-1226, Sienna Plantation - Hwy 6 (346) 567-4084 For Assistance.