Today’s vehicles are more advanced than ever and come equipped with state of the art technology that is able to scan your vehicle’s major systems for issues and alert you to any problems by lighting up the signals on your dashboard. Full Circle Tire & Auto has all the expertise and equipment to diagnose and repair ant cause of your dashboard warning lights.
Check Engine Light
Aside from the low fuel light, your check engine light is probably the most recognizable of your dashboard lights. The check engine light could come on for a variety of reasons including something as simple as a loose gas cap or it could be something complicated like an engine or transmission issue.
Whatever the cause, this is an incredibly helpful indicator that it is time fo you to schedule an appointment with Full Circle Tire & Auto for a thorough inspection and repair.
Oil Pressure Light
The oil pressure light typically resembles an old fashioned oil can. When this light is on it either means that you don’t have enough motor oil in your engine or that the pump isn’t circulating enough oil through your engine. Either way, this is an issue that needs to be addressed before major damage is caused to your engine.
Tire Pressure Light
Maintaining the right tire pressure or (psi) is important to the handling and safety of your vehicle. If your tire pressure is too high, it puts you at risk for a blowout. Too low and you could be looking at tire failure. When your tire pressure light, an exclamation point symbol, comes on, Full Circle Tire & Auto can determine the issue with your tire and repair or correct it so you can get safely back on the road.
Battery Alert Light
A dead battery can leave you stranded and hoping for a good samaritan that will allow you to hook your jumper cables up and get your car going. Your battery alert light is your vehicle’s way of telling you that it is time to have your battery inspected and possibly replaced. The team at Full Circle Tire & Auto we can determine if the charging issue is something that can be fixed or if your battery is failing. Either way, we have the solutions you need.
Coolant Temperature Warning
It is imperative that your engine run at the appropriate temperature. Running too hot can lead to engine overheating, damage, and even failure. As soon as this light comes on you need to bring your vehicle in for an inspection so that we can find the problem and keep you from experiencing a breakdown and massive repair bill.
When you think about important systems in terms of vehicle safety, you probably immediately think of your brakes. When your ABS light comes on it means that your anti-lock braking system has been deactivated due to an issue. While your brakes may still be functioning, they are not functioning correctly and your safety could be compromised. Come by Full Circle Tire & Auto so we can properly diagnose and repair the problem.