If your check engine light comes on, look to see if your gas cap is loose. If it isn’t, you need to find a Madison auto mechanic.
You were headed back home yesterday from the Cave of the Mounds when you looked down and saw that your check engine light was on. You kept glancing at it during the drive hoping it would flicker off and you could simply forget about it. But no such luck and you’re dreading the thought that your car will need a major repair.
Hold on for a minute. Before you call or come by Terry’s Car Care to have our auto mechanics check things out, take a look at your gas cap. Make sure it’s not loose. A loose (or missing or faulty) gas cap is a prime reason a check engine light will come on. If that doesn’t work, then it is time to come by Terry’s to have our certified auto mechanics check things out. Many things can cause the light to come on. Angie’s List names a few: mass airflow sensor, oxygen sensor, catalytic converter, spark plug or wires.
Terry’s auto mechanics can diagnose the problem and fix things up. Terry’s has been the trusted Madison auto repair and car care shop for almost 50 years. Ask about our money-saving discounts including $50 back in a prepaid Visa card when you buy a qualifying NAPA catalytic converter.
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