Warning

 

You will want to keep your vehicle working the best you can for as long as possible. One thing to remember is to bring it in for regular maintenance inspections. Doing so will help prolong the life of the vehicle and parts. If there is an issue, we can advise you of your options and recommend the best solution. Between visits, make sure that you notice anything that might be out of the norm for the vehicle. If there is an issue, make sure to contact us so we can schedule an appointment to inspect it. Always be aware of the warning lights on the dashboard. These are important because they will alert you to an issue that may not be noticed.

Service Vehicle Soon

The service vehicle soon light could illuminate on the dashboard. This light typically indicates an issue with lighting or even other electrical issues. You will want to check all the exterior lights of your vehicle. This should include the head lights, taillights, hazard lights, brake lights, and the turn signals. Sometimes, this light can also mean that there is an issue with the traction. If there is an issue between modules, then this light could turn on as well. It is always best to bring the vehicle in so we can properly inspect it for you.

Other Lights

Another light that might illuminate is the tire pressure light. This will indicate to you if one of the tires is low. When there is low air pressure, this light will come on. If a sensor is starting to malfunction, you may also notice this light coming on. If the tires are losing air often, make sure to bring the vehicle in so we can properly inspect each tire for you. This will help to ensure the tires are in the best condition for winter.