Because a car is made up of so many moving parts and components, they require servicing every once in a while to keep them running at their full potential. So when your dashboard warning light comes on signaling that your engine needs to be looked at or your brake fluid needs to be looked at, don't panic or get frustrated. Theses problems are bound to happen so it is great that there is a warning system to let you know when they do.

Don't ignore these warning lights, the longer you wait to have them fixed, the more damage they can do to your vehicle. Common warning lights include the service engine light, brake fluid light, transmission fluid light, battery light, and the tire pressure light.

If you aren't sure what the warning light on your dashboard means, come visit us at Bob Allen. Our staff would love to help you fix the problem.

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