Check Engine Light - Free diagnostics Can Cost You Money!
Bring key information to inform your mechanic:
Is the Check Engine light flashing repeatedly?
Has the Check Engine light came on soon after you had your car serviced?
Is your gas cap closed properly?
Does your engine have enough oil?
Have you replaced your air filter recently?
Many think an initial check called a code pull is all you need when an in-depth analysis is what will reveal the issues.
Using a lab scope and computer/scanner as well as looking at various emission evaporative failures and reliability and safety issues.
Transparency is critical.
A reputable shop will provide data results in terms you can understand!
They will provide pictures or video of the testing process and failing components.
Specifications are given in regards to how components should be operating.