Important Facts San Diego Drivers May Not Know About Their Check Engine LightDec 15th, 2015
The Check Engine light might come on in your vehicle. It's an amber colored light that shows on your dashboard. In newer vehicles it might just be a problem with your gas cap not being screwed on tight enough (or a worn gas cap), causing the vehicle to fail the self-diagnostic evaporative emission test. All San Diego drivers need to do is go to their gas cap and verify that it is tight. If that was the problem, the light will turn off and everything will be fine within one or two days.
At UC Service Center, we advise San Diego drivers to resist the temptation to have someone “clear” the codes to turn off your vehicle check engine light. This erases important diagnostic information that your friendly and knowledgeable UC Service Center service advisor needs to diagnose the underlying problem for the Check Engine light – and any other pending problems that may be stored in the computer.
If the problem is still there - you still see the light - bring your vehicle in to UC Service Center in San Diego and have it checked out as soon as possible.
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UC Service Center
3901 Governor Dr
San Diego, CA 92122
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