My Check Engine Light Went On—Now What?
You’re driving along in Alpharetta minding your own business when the “check engine light” in your gauge cluster goes off. Before you do anything else, it’s important to follow some simple first rules:
- Stop driving.
- Don’t panic.
- Read this guide.
Find out what your check engine light could be telling you along with some troubleshooting you can do before bringing your vehicle into Beaver Toyota of Cumming’s service department for help.
Why Your Check Engine Light Might Be On
There are a number of common reasons that you might have your check engine light on, including:
|Reason||What Could Happen if You Don’t Get Service|
|Oxygen sensor replacement warning||
|Loose, damaged, or no gas cap||
|Airflow sensor replacement warning||
|Catalytic converter replacement warning||
|Spark plug replacement warning||
What You Can Do to Troubleshoot
One of the most common reasons the check engine light comes on is a failure to tighten the gas cap well enough, so that’s the first thing you should check. If you’re a good DIY handyperson, then you might be able to take care of some of the other parts replacements, but otherwise it’s a good idea to bring it to a pro.
Bring Your Car in For Service Near Johns Creek
It your check engine light has turned on recently, bring your car in for service at Beaver Toyota of Cumming, where we have a full team of factory-trained and certified Toyota technicians who can run diagnostics tests, handle repairs, and get your car running again in no time.
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