“Replace Oxygen Sensor”

The O2 sensor monitors the amount of unburned oxygen in the exhaust and tells your automobile  computer when there is either too much, or not enough fuel.

So what’s it mean to you?

A faulty O2 sensor costs less than $200 to fix but can lead to as much as a 40 percent reduction in gas mileage if ignored.

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If your "Check Engine" Light Is ON...

The first thing is not to panic! You have to realize that this is your car's way of telling you that there's a problem and it might just be a loose gas cap, but could be more serious and costly. Even if your car is driving Okay, the problem won't go away and could get worse and cost you more to repair. To minimize further damage to your vehicle, diagnose the problem ASAP. Find the right diagnostic tool to diagnose the causes of your check engine problems yourself and find out what repairs should cost, so you can be in complete control of your car repairs. If not take the car to your Mechanic.


“THE FIVE MORE COMMON REASONS FOR A CHECK ENGINE LIGHT”

How Do I Turn Off My Check Engine Light?

It is not recommended to turn off your vehicle’s “check engine light” until the pending problem has been identified and repairs confirmed. Doing so erases valuable information that may be needed to repair the vehicle, including driving conditions when the light came on.  The computer holds necessary information designed to fix (or cure) the vehicle’s ailment. Once the correct repair is made (by you or a qualified automotive technician), your vehicle will run its tests and often turn off the “Engine light on” it’s on.

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