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Does ''Engine Check Lamp'' worry you when starting Engine of your Car ?

 ANSWER TO QUESTION OF ''ENGINE CHECK LAMP ''

We shall remain committed to supplying all our customers World Wide with High Quality Vehicles.
The Curren
t  Japanese Car Auctions Prices for High Quality cars are favorably easing for the global importers of Japanese Used Cars;
How ever, we have been receiving couple of Questions from Customers regarding Car Usability and Engine pop-up messages inform of Check-Engine , Service Engine, etc


Few automobile problems are more vexing than the "check engine" light. When the light comes on, it may mean you simply didn't tighten your gas cap enough after filling up or it could mean there's major trouble brewing in your catalytic converter.

Find below the most common reasons the "check engine Light " comes on; It is important to find out why the light is on because "small problems can lead to big price tags" if necessary repairs aren't completed.

Here's the list:
1.<<>> Replace the oxygen sensor. The sensor is a device that measures oxygen in the car's exhaust and helps regulate how much fuel the engine needs to operate. If it's faulty, it will make the car use more fuel than needed - and end up raising your fuel costs as much as 40 percent, Our Engineers said. "The vehicle will run fine, but it will inject more fuel and you'll buy it more often," he says. Replacing the sensor usually costs less than $200.

2.<<>> Inspect for a loose or cracked gas cap. If you don't tighten the gas cap enough, or if it's broken, gas can evaporate into the air, wasting fuel. A new gas cap typically costs less than $3.

3.<<>> Replace the catalytic converter. The catalytic converter reduces toxic emissions and can be an expensive (as much as $2,000) repair. Typically, this part won't fail unless you repeatedly ignore problems with faulty oxygen sensors or spark plugs. So its ranking suggests a lot of routine repairs aren't getting done.

4.<<>> Replace the mass air flow sensor. This device measures air coming into the engine. Problems here can be prevented by changing the air filter when you have your oil changed - for a cost of about $20. If you don't, and dust builds up on the sensor, you could be in for a US$400 repair.

5.<<>> Replace the spark plugs. Changing spark plugs typically costs a few dollars a plug if you do it yourself. Again, if not replaced, damaged spark plugs can cause the engine to misfire and lead to expensive catalytic converter problems.

Generally, if the "check engine" light comes on you can safely drive the car until you are able to stop and check the gas cap or take it in for servicing. If the light is flashing, however, the problem is probably serious and you may do mechanical damage by continuing to drive;

Have you ever had a "check engine light" repair? How much did it cost you ? Please Share with US

NB: PLEASE DO NOT IGNORE SMALL WARNING INDICATIONS THAT APPEAR ON YOUR CAR(S)BECAUSE, THEY CAN COST YOU MORE CASH IN A LONG RUN







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