If your vehicle’s check engine light has just come on, it’s always recommended that you get it checked out within a few days. Generally, unless the light is red or flashing, you’re alright to drive your car long enough to schedule service with Wheeling Auto Center, but don’t push it!
CheckEngine Light Repair
When you first notice that your check engine light has come on, the first thing you should do is check all of your car’s gauges to ensure they’re reading normally. A more-serious issue like lack of oil pressure or overheating will cause other warning lights to flash, so if none of those alerts are active, you’re likely ok for the time being. Just bring your car to Wheeling and we’ll conduct a thorough investigation and rigorous testing of your vehicle’s systems to confirm the root of the issue. Sometimes, it’s something as simple as a loose gas cap. Other times, a more complicated repair may be needed. No matter what we uncover during our research and testing, we’ll make sure to work with you to develop a repair plan that you understand and are comfortable with.