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My Check Engine and VSA light are on. Why is that?

There are a few reasons why your Check Engine and VSA lights may be on. One possibility is that your vehicle's OBD-II system has detected a problem and has illuminated the Check Engine light to warn you. Another possibility is that there is a problem with your vehicle's stability control system, which is indicated by the VSA light. If either of these lights is on, we recommend that you take your vehicle to a certified mechanic as soon as possible to have it diagnosed and repaired.

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I just replaced both upstream and downstream O2 sensors. Should the engine light go off right away?

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What does O/D OFF light mean?

The O/D OFF light indicates that the overdrive gear has been disengaged. This can happen for many reasons, such as if the vehicle is being driven in too high gear for the current speed or if the overd...

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In most jurisdictions, it is legal to have wheel lights on a truck as long as they are not excessively bright or obstructive. Additionally, the wheel lights must be properly mounted and wired so as n...

Why is blue light flashing under dash?

There are many potential reasons for the blue light flashing under the dash. It could be a warning sign from your car's computer indicating a problem with one of the systems or sensors. Alternatively...

What does the Oil Pressure Low, Stop Engine message mean?

If you're seeing this message on your instrument panel, it means that the oil pressure in your engine is low. If you continue to drive with low oil pressure, it can cause severe damage to your engine....