If your check engine light comes on, you need to find an auto mechanic in Madison to diagnose the problem and do the necessary auto repairs to prevent even more serious damage.
With winter here, you’ve decided to spend your lunch hour taking a class in skiing and snowboarding basics. Problem is, your check engine light is on and you’re not sure if you should get it looked at or if you can let it go for awhile. Bankrate.com says the impulse to delay is understandable but not wise: “If you see the light come on, make an appointment with your mechanic promptly.”
Bankrate is right. You should find an ASE-certified auto mechanic like those at Terry’s Car Care to take a look if your check engine light comes on. It could be something simple like a loose fuel cap. But it could be something more serious and putting off repairs could do damage to other engine components. Some of the most frequent reasons for the check engine light to come on, according to bankrate: Failing oxygen sensors or catalytic converter; bad spark plugs and wires; malfunctioning air flow sensor; faulty ignition coil, exhaust gas re-circulation valve or vacuum hoses; or a dead battery and charging system.
The auto mechanics at Terry’s can help. We’ll diagnose the problem and get you back on the road again. While you’re here, take advantage of one or more of our money-saving specials: a $59.95 coupon for a winter maintenance package that usually costs $134.95; a mail-in rebate for up to $160 on Goodyear tires; a $15 rebate on a Valvoline Synpower oil change. Terry’s has been the most trusted auto repair and new tire sales shop in Madison for more than 46 years.