Is Your Check Engine Light on?
Don't Wait!
What does it mean when my Check Engine light is on?
When your check engine light (CEL) comes on - Don't ignore it!
There are several reasons your CEL may come on. Choosing to bring your vehicle in quickly to be diagnosed by our ASE Certified Technicians may prevent more costly repairs down the road.  Here are some possible problems.

Loose Fuel Cap can trigger a CEL and allows gas to evaporate.  It's a simple fix to tighten it up or replace it.
Oxygen Sensor Malfunction is the most common car repair.  The failure may be caused by engine issues, such as burning oil or simply not using a gasoline with a higher ethanol mix.
Failing Catalytic Converter is the 2nd most common cause and most expensive.  This failure is caused by an underlying problem with a spark plug or ignition coil.
Ignition coil fails due to high temperatures under the hood or just age.  Replacing the ignition coil will prevent damage to you catalytic converter. 
Bad Spark Plugs & Wires could cause your engine to misfire or decrease your MPG's.  Protect your catalytic converter by getting theses replaced when needed.
Mass Air Flow Sensor Malfunction can decrease fuel efficeny by 10-25% because it measures air intake and calculates how much fuel to inject.
Thermostat replacement is required to regulate the engines temperature.  It is responsible for controlling the flow of coolant.
Evaporative (EVAP) Emissions Purge Solenoid needs replaced when it starts to fail or is left open.  The soleniod is part of the EVAP System which controls the amount of fuel vapor that escapes into the atomsphere.
EVAP Purge Control Valve needs to be replaced overtime when it starts to stick.