Check Engine Light
Dash lights exist to alert drivers about an issue that needs to be addressed in their vehicle. Illuminated dash lights are an easily ignored problem, however, they should be taken seriously and treated as a safety concern for your vehicle. It is important to educate yourself about what individual lights mean and act appropriately when a dash light illuminates.
Carz R Us can address any dash lights that may appear in your vehicle. This includes the check engine light, maintenance required light, transmission light, traction control light, ABS light, brake light, coolant light, low oil level light, low oil pressure light, TPMS (tire pressure) light, bulb failure light, airbag light, battery light, powertrain malfunction light, suspension light, anti-theft light or low fuel light.
Dashboard light indicators including but not limited to engine temperature , battery charge, oil pressure, brake light, transmission temperature, tire pressure, traction control, service vehicle soon, security alert, airbag, reduced power, seat belt, powertrain fault, power steering, parking brake, overdrive, oil change reminder, master warning light, icy road, gas/fuel cap, ESP fault/traction control malfunction, electric parking brake, check engine, ABS (Anti-lock braking system), all wheel drive (AWD/4WD), lamp out, exterior light fault, washer fluid low, door ajar