Is Your Vehicle Trying To Tell You Something On the Dashboard?

Well, as you'd surely expect, the obvious answer is yes.

You’re probably accustomed to seeing the dashboard lights turn on when you initially start your engine, but what if they come on while you are driving? These color-coded lights on the dash are designed to communicate an array of important information to the driver, including engine coolant temperature, oil pressure level, fuel level, and much more.

Some dashboard lights may not warrant immediate attention, but some definitely will. For example, if your check engine light is on, your vehicle is attempting to alert you of performance-related problems, which could be anything from a loose gas cap to a bad catalytic converter, and anything else in between.

If your brake system light is on, this could signify a problem with the anti-lock braking system or low brake fluid; either way, this is something that should be addressed as soon as possible by a certified service center, just like ours here at Lawley Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram!

Ignoring your dashboard lights can potentially leave your stranded on the side of the road one night, and could also result in costly repairs. If any of your dashboard lights are on, we at Lawley Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram want you to schedule an appointment with our service department today so you and your loved ones stay safe when driving around town.

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