The OBD, or On-Board Diagnostics, runs constantly in the background of newer cars. This powerful system of sensors is linked to the onboard computer. The team at Resurrection Auto Repair LLC is trained to know what the codes mean. Many of the minor codes have their own lights that appear on your dashboard when an issue needs attention. The smaller issues include things like electrical problems, broken regulators and bad fuses.
However, the more serious engine issues will simply trigger the check engine light This indicator may be shaped like a tiny engine, a wrench, or simply say, "check engine."
For more assistance understanding your engine codes, ask to speak to a technician when you visit our auto shop in Cheyenne, WY.
The check engine light can mean many different things when it lights up. There's no reason to be immediately alarmed, but you'll want to have a technician find out why it's been triggered. These are the most common diagnostic engine codes and what they mean: