Your vehicle’s electronic control system has detected a problem that it cannot adjust. Using a special code reader, the mechanic at your local service center can help diagnose the issue(s) your vehicle is facing. This infographic shows some common reasons why your check engine light is on. Among the common reasons are mass airflow sensor, loose or faulty gas cap, oxygen sensor, spark plugs, catalytic converter.
The infographic also depicts some of the common lights and their meaning. Many people tend to drive with their engine light on and do not think about the eventual consequences of not resolving the problem. The following infographic would be very useful for all new drivers who are not familiar with the lights on their dashboard.
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