Why You Should Pay Attention To Your Check Engine Light
It can be easy to overlook the check engine light. After all, you often don't even notice any difference in the handling or performance of your vehicle at this point. However, this is your vehicle talking to you and letting you know there's a problem brewing. Just as catching cancer early can save your life, catching potential problems in your car before they get worse can save you money. Just a few of the potential problems your Honda could be indicating include:
- Faulty oxygen sensors, which can end up costing you around $2,000 if the catalytic convertor becomes damaged.
- Cracked gas cap, which causes you to use more fuel than necessary.
- Problems with the mass airflow sensor, which can cause the engine to start stalling up and gas consumption to rise.