When a Dashboard Warning Light Comes on It’s Time to Act

We’ve all been there. You start the engine and all the warning lights come on for a second. Then, there’s that light that doesn’t go out. Or, it’s the light that comes on at the worst possible time when you’re driving down a long winding road and you’re 30 miles from the nearest service station. Those dashboard warning lights are there for a reason. When one illuminates, it’s time to get to the bottom of the problem and have it checked out.

The most common warning lights include engine oil level, washer fluid, fuel warning, brake wear, bulb gone, and tire pressure monitor. When the engine warning light, ABS, or power steering lights illuminate, you may want to pull over immediately. It could be a serious problem. Get your car to our dealership as quickly as possible and let our technicians run a diagnostic. We can suggest maintenance and schedule the repair.

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