Prevention is the Best Option

You're driving along and your check engine light comes on. What now? The best thing you can do is to get it checked out as soon as you possibly can. If you ignore the problem, it won't just go away and chances are the problem will just get much worse. Just be sure that you aren't confusing your check engine light with your service engine light, which simply means that your next oil change is due. Many times, the check engine light just means something minor is at hand, like a loose gas cap, or even humidity caused it to come on and will even go off on its own. But since the sensors in your car don't tell you what is wrong, it's best to get your ride checked out as soon as possible. Prevention can save a lot of time and money down the road, especially when it comes to cars.

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