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Check Engine Light

Check Engine Light in Philadelphia, PA

Nothing frustrates a driver like the check engine light. When self-explanatory lights like "Low Oil" exist, who can blame anyone for wanting a specific answer. Regardless of our desires, you won't know if it's something big or small until you get a diagnostic. Enter the specialists at Rapco Automotive. 

We provide  quick and accurate engine diagnostic services. Instead of guessing at the problem and delaying auto repairs that might be simple, know for sure where you stand.

We serve Philadelphia, PA, Upper Darby, PA, Drexel Hill, PA, and the surrounding areas from our two conveniently located auto repair shops in Philly and Upper Darby. We'll tell you what's wrong, and work with you to fix it.

Live in or near North Philadelphia and West Philadelphia? Call us to make an appointment or stop in for service. We're easy to access and offer a friendly, professional staff to help you when your check engine light comes on.

Know for Sure with Engine Diagnostics

We use special diagnostic equipment to communicate with your vehicle's computer. The problem code we receive allows us to identify the exact problem. In short time, our ASE-certified technicians will know which system triggered the check engine light to appear and what needs to be done to fix it. 

How does an engine diagnostic work?

It's a simple process. Our equipment lets us speak with your vehicle. After hooking our diagnostic tool up to your car or truck, we receive the error code and take a closer look at the indicated area. We verify the problem and determine the repair procedures.

What are Common Engine Problems?

The check engine light leaves a lot of room for your imagination. Here are some of the most common engine diagnostic problems:

  • Failing oxygen sensor
  • Loose gas cap
  • Worn catalytic converter
  • Bad spark plugs and wires
  • Failing mass air flow sensor
  • Bad ignition coil
  • Dying battery
  • Bad exhaust gas recirculation valve
  • Faulty vacuum hose

Don't let a diagnostic scare you. Your vehicle is an important part of your lifestyle. You can keep it longer and save money in the long run by taking good care of it now. When your car, truck, or SUV tells you something is wrong, you may just need to turn your gas cap tighter or replace your automotive battery.

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