Are you aware of your car’s warning lights? When your engine is having problems, a quick response to these lights could make a big difference in money, time, and even lives saved.
According to AAA, the “big three” of your warning lights are your engine oil pressure, your engine coolant temperature, and the vehicle charging system. These should light up briefly when you first start your vehicle, and then turn off again once the engine is running. Should any of the big three fail to light up as you turn on your car, you should have the appropriate system checked by our auto body shop in Seattle. Should any of them remain illuminated after your engine is turned on for more than a few seconds, you should either check your owner’s manual or consult our mechanics for more information.