The “check engine” light comes on to let you know that something is not working as it should. Finding out what that is can be a challenge. What is hiding behind that light are the electronic systems that run your car.
There are 27 separate computers in the average new car. These computers control your headlights, radio, airbags, anti-lock brakes, emissions control, and much, much more. We can test for, and diagnose problems with any and all of them.