If your check engine light illuminates on the dashboard, it’s important to get it checked out ASAP. This light is connected to your engine’s computer system and records a code specific to the problem at hand. Getting your vehicle issues diagnosed is crucial to protect your car and your safety. The skilled, ASE Certified team at Aero Auto Repair will address the check engine light, find the problem, and make the repairs required to get your vehicle running smoothly.
Check Engine Light and Vehicle Diagnostics
When the check engine light turns on, you need to have thorough vehicle diagnostics performed as soon as possible. At Aero Auto Repair, we use a modern digital diagnostics system that sends you a text and email with a full report and any related estimates, providing customers detailed information about their vehicles with the use of notes and high-resolution videos and images. This level of transparency is reassuring to customers, installing the confidence needed to make educated decisions about their vehicles. We will connect our diagnostic scanner to your vehicle and look for any codes that have been stored. These trouble codes will tell us which part of your engine or system is malfunctioning. Your car’s onboard computer system contains valuable data relating to any potential issues with your engine. However, these codes and data must be assessed by a professional mechanic in order to make the right determination.
Engine Repair San Diego
Error codes can mean something as simple as a loose gas cap or they may indicate that there is a serious problem with your engine. Once we find out what’s causing the issue, we’ll get your approval and start making the repairs right away. Some of the most common problems related to the check engine light include:
- Loose electrical connections or electrical system problems
- Problems with the battery or alternator
- Leaking fluid
- Problems with the cooling system pressure
- Fuel pressure, quality, or quantity issues
- Issues with the fuel injectors or fuel injection system
- Emissions problems
- Exhaust problems
- Faulty components like relays or modules
If your check engine light is on, make sure you get a vehicle diagnostics test run as soon as possible. Visit us at 9756 Aero Drive in San Diego or contact us today to schedule an appointment.